My Sunday pre-brunch reading:
• What if the Secular Bear market isn’t over? (Business Insider) but see In Battle of the Market Timers, the Bulls Get It Right (WSJ)
• Bill Gates: Three Things I’ve Learned From Warren Buffett (LinkedIn)
• Tim Cook is a Great CEO (Stratechery)
• Bonds: We’ve Seen This Movie Before. It Doesn’t End Well (Motley Fool) see also Lost AAA Brings Falling Yields-to-Deficits on Downgrade (Bloomberg)
• Why the Markets’ Latest Stumbles Are Good News (Moneybeat)
• Father of modern 401(k) says it fails many Americans (Marketplace) see also Suddenly, Retiree Nest Eggs Look More Fragile (NYT)
• SCOTUS decision on gene patents is bad biology, and bad for science (Science Blogs)
• Fiscalists vs market monetarists, a bloggy taxonomy (FT Alphaville) see also Why I am a fiscalist (Noahpinion)
• 6 Ways To Create A Culture Of Innovation (Fast Company)
• The Secret War: US’s New CyberWar capabilities are ready to unleash Hell (Wired) see also The 10 Most Powerful Militaries In The World (Business Insider)
What’s for brunch?
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