My Friday morning reads:
• 2014 a Big Year for Hedge-Fund Launches (WSJ)
• The WhatsApp coverage (CJR) see also Facebook buys Whatsapp for $19 billion: Value and Pricing Perspectives (Aswath Damodaran)
• Having Control Over Your Time Is the Only Sensible Financial Goal (Morgan Housel)
• A Dispassionate Analysis of the Employment Situation (CFA Institute)
• What American Companies Get Wrong When Paying Dividends (Motley Fool) see also Stocks are far less risky than you think (MarketWatch)
• Faber’s Ivy Portfolio: As Simple as Possible, But No Simpler (GestaltU)
• Buffett’s Business Wire ends feeds to high-speed traders (FT.com)
• Why The Office Is The Worst Place For Work (FastCo)
• Kansas RIP 1861-2013 (Hutch News)
• Thank You, Rolling Stone (Matt Taibbi)
What are you doing this weekend?
Earnings Still Killing It
Source: Bespoke Investment Group
Category: Financial Press
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