12/22/15 – Tuesday’s Interest-ing Reads

  • Not all retirement advisers are required to give you good advice. That’s about to change. (vox)
  • Big losers mask net gains in hedge fund assets (reuters)
  • 2015: The Best Year in History for the Average Human Being (theatlantic)
  • Investment Fads and Themes, 1996-2015 (thereformedbroker)
  • Potential New Particle Shows Up at the LHC, Thrilling and Confounding Physicists (scientificamerican)
  • Here Are the Best Things That Happened During Every Day of 2015 (slate)
  • Musical Preferences are Linked to Cognitive Styles (journals.plos)
  • What If You Only Invested In Stocks When They Were Cheap? (theirrelevantinvestor.wordpress)
  • Microsoft: Faster, Stronger, Better: Satya Nadella has shifted Microsoft’s focus to the cloud. Shares could rise 30% in 18 months, plus a 2.7% yield. (barrons)
  • The Peter Meter: How Accurate Are Peter Schiff’s Predictions? (cnbc)
  • Hedge funds and institutional investors — one unhappy marriage (ft)
  • Computer Scientists and Mathematicians Are Stunned by This Professor’s New Proof (chicagomag)

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