Happy New Year. Here’s what I’m reading to start 2014:
• In 2013 I Learned That… (Reformed Broker)
• The Single Greatest Predictor of Future Stock Market Returns (Philosophical Economics)
• Here it is: the worst investment of 2013 (Quartz)
• Statistics Done Wrong (Alex Reinhart)
• The Economy’s Secret Success in 2013 (Daily Beast)
• Interest rates on mortgages for pricey homes have dropped below those on smaller mortgages (WSJ) see also Jumbo mortgages now carry cheaper rates than traditional loans (CNN)
• Inside TAO: Documents Reveal Top NSA Hacking Unit (Spiegel)
• Car companies are picking sides between Apple and Google (Washington Post)
• A Stream of Music, Not Revenue (NY Times)
• The new era of the New York skyscraper (Felix Salmon)
What’s up for the New Year?
Winners of 2013: Boring Investors
Category: Financial Press
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