My afternoon train reading:
• Why The Austrian Business Cycle Theory Is Wrong (Robert Nielsen)
• ETF Fees Creep Higher (Rick Ferri) see also The Market Timing Myth (WSJ)
• Volume of Property Deals Plunges in Hong Kong (World Property Channel)
• As a datum speaketh: The evolution of The Economist’s infographics (Economist)
• Nokia ran out of moves—but now Microsoft can make some of its own (Quartz) see also Here’s why Microsoft is buying Nokia’s phone business (The Switch)
• A Dozen Things I have Learned from Barry Ritholtz about Investing (25iq)
• McKinsey & Co. Isn’t All Roses in a New Book (DealBook)
• Where Politicized Intelligence Comes From (National Interest)
• Students’ parody performance ‘blurs lines’ (3 News)
• The man who sees red: Ferraris in the focus of Günther Raupp (Classic Driver)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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