My morning reading:
• The Inefficiency of the Market Isn’t An Open Question (Rational Irrationality) see also Beating the Market: Yes, it can be done (Economist)
• What the Heck Is Smart Beta Anyway? (Morningstar)
• Singapore Shows Asia How To Crack Down on Housing Bubble (Bloomberg) see also China Intervened Aggressively in Currency Markets in Latest Quarter (WSJ)
• Imagining the Dollar Without Its Privilege (NYT)
• Bidding wars for houses begin to fade (Housing Wire)
• 2% of China’s public consumes one-third of world’s luxury goods (Want China Times)
• Malcolm Gladwell’s real problem (USA Today)
• China Presses U.S. Lawmakers to Lift Debt Limit (Bloomberg) see also House Republicans Show Themselves To Be Dangerously Incompetent, Again (Business Insider)
• Why Apple Hired Burberry CEO as SVP of Retail (stratēchery)
• 10 Unique Ocean Landscapes (The World Geography)
What are you reading?
Smallcaps Hit New All-Time Highs
Category: Financial Press
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