My afternoon train reading:
• Here’s What Business Insider Readers Like For Financial TV (Business Insider)
• Buying Stocks at Record Highs: Will You Be Sorry? (WSJ) but see A Record Market Is Not All That It Seems (NY Times)
• Rich make same investment errors as rest (FT.com)
• The shakeup at the Minneapolis Fed is a battle for the soul of macroeconomics—again (Quartz)
• Faucets at $1,000 Abound as Home Equity Spigot Opens (Bloomberg)
• Super Zips — those ranking highest on income and college education (Washington Post)
• An Open Letter to the FOMC: Recognizing the Valuation Bubble in Equities (Hussman Funds) but see Bubble or not, don’t (necessarily) blame Fed (Washington Post)
• 8 Subconscious Mistakes Our Brains Make Every Day–And How To Avoid Them (Fast Company)
• Sweden Becomes First Western Nation to Reject Low-fat Diet Dogma in Favor of Low-carb High-fat Nutrition (Health Impact News)
• Scott Adams: I Hope My Father Dies Soon (Dilbert)
What are you reading?
China is the World’s Biggest Producer of Carbon Emissions
Category: Financial Press
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