11/16/15 – Monday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Some updated advice on mutual fund selection. (onefpa)
  • Why the new Apple TV needs an iPhone remote app. (macworld)
  • U.S. Warplanes Strike ISIS Oil Trucks in Syria (New York Times)
  • Terror and markets: Sell-offs tend to be short-lived (usatoday)
  • How Solar Installations Can Be the Barn-Raisings of the 21st Century (slate)
  • Bigger companies are borrowing concepts from the gig economy. (wsj)
  • A look at the stocks David Tepper is buying and selling (Benzinga)
  • Apple ($AAPL) is sacrificing good design principles for “beauty.” (fastcodesign)
  • Don’t Fight the Fed: Analysts say, It’s Lower for Longer for Bond Yields (wsj)
  • The Upward Drift in Valuations (theirrelevantinvestor.wordpress)
  • French officials think as many as 20 plotters may be behind Paris attacks (Washington Post)
  • Vanguard continues to lead the world in inflows. (wsj)
  • Why analysts are so quick to predict the demise of the iPhone and Apple ($AAPL). (daringfireball)
  • Why is Urban Outfitters ($URBN) getting into the pizza business? (blogs.wsj)
  • A closer look at the WeatherStorm Forensic Account Long-Short ETF ($FLAG). (charlessizemore)
  • Fred Wilson: The Blurring Of The Public And Private Markets (A VC)
  • Where Vanguard competes ETF fees are low. (marketwatch)
  • A look at the most popular smart beta ETFs YTD. (etf)
  • Efforts to Rein In Arbitration Come Under Well-Financed Attack (nytimes)
  • Market types will enjoy the new Bloomberg Gladfly site. (bloomberg)
  • Larry Swedroe: Factor investing is legitimate because it works in markets outside of the US (ETF.com)
  • Simon Lack on the crash in retail stocks (SL Advisors)
  • Is China the next Japan? (blogs.ft)
  • Assets favored by retail investors are having a rough year. (sl-advisors)
  • How are the robo-advisors doing YTD? (frankzorrilla.blogspot)
  • Star Wars is the toy biz at the moment. (wsj)
  • Gold mining stocks do poorly during the trading day. (jayonthemarkets)
  • …but he is selling Goldman and Wal-Mart for some other reason (Business Insider)
  • A little bit of market timing based on valuation and momentum is not a sin. (institutionalinvestor)
  • Is trend following really dead? (followingthetrend)
  • Does sector momentum beat stock momentum? (rrspstrategy.wordpress)
  • Why don’t we just print more money and add it to everyone’s bank account (New Yorker)
  • Estimating the equilibrium interest rate. (voxeu)
  • The market’s response to crisis (The Reformed Broker)
  • Is trend-following dead? (priceactionlab)
  • The Internet was supposed to kill the business of high-priced academic journals. (ft)
  • As Fears of a Meltdown Fade, Money Managers Have Other Worries (blogs.wsj)
  • Why your meetings should be technology-free. (ft)
  • Why terrorism has a limited impact on markets. (economist)
  • Robots may shatter the global economic order within a decade (telegraph.co.uk)
  • There is a trade-off between expected returns and diversification. (etf)
  • From ‘Bubble’ to ‘Crash,’ the Incredible Origins of 7 Finance Terms (wsj)
  • Ben Carlson on regret minimization is must-read (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
  • How do investors measure risk? (papers.ssrn)
  • How to be good at managing both extroverts and introverts. (hbr)
  • French Authorities Raid Suspected Islamists After Paris Attacks (Wall Street Journal)
  • Windfall gains increase stock market participation. (papers.ssrn)
  • New obstacles for stocks: pricey P-E ratios (usatoday)
  • Buffett says he’s not selling stocks because of Paris attacks (CNBC)

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