My afternoon train reading:

• Ray Dalio Patched Bridgewater’s All Weather’s Rate Risk as U.S. Bonds Fell (Bloomberg)
• Ben Graham Did Not Give Up on Value Investing in Theory (Aleph Blog)
• Euro-Zone Debt Gains Appeal (WSJ) but see Buyers Tackle a Fear of Debt (WSJ)  WELL, WHICH IS IT?
• Three Lessons from the Twitter Hedge Fund Ponzi (The Reformed Broker)
RIAs vs. wirehouses: Who will gather more share? (Investment News)
• Is Delaware a Tax Haven? (Priceonomics)
• On The Future of iOS and Android (Steve Cheney) see also The difference between iOS and Android developers and why it’s not just a numbers game (iMore)
• How do prescription drugs get such crazy names? (The Week)
• Unfair Share: How Oil and Gas Drillers Avoid Paying Royalties (ProPublica)
• Tokyo, as you’ve never seen it: the second largest photo ever taken – interactive (theguardian) and see Tokyo Tower Gigapixel Panorama (360GigaPixels)

What are you reading ?


10-yr Treasury Yield
Source: Chart of the Day

Category: Financial Press

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3 Responses to “10 Midweek PM Reads”

  1. “Elon Musk’s hypothetical Hyperloop is getting all the attention this week, but another one of his futuristic transportation pet projects is progressing by leaps and bounds in the real world. … yesterday’s test launch saw Grasshopper do something it’s never done before: launch straight up about 800 feet, then travel over 300 feet sideways, or laterally, before returning to its original position in mid-air and landing.”

    SpaceX’s 10-story tall Grasshopper rocket flies sideways in latest launch (The Verge)

  2. trafficengineer says:

    Bacterial evolution offers clues to tradeoffs in financial investments

  3. czyz99 says:

    The link about drug names really peaked my interest, or it might just be the intrigunal I took this morning.