Some dreary Monday reads:
• If a Bubble Bursts in Palo Alto, Does It Make a Sound? (NYT Mag)
• Bonds surprise in Q1 (Fidelity)
• Reinvesting in Your Dividend Stocks is Still the Best Way to Beat Inflation Over the Long Run (Motley Fool) see also Floating a Few Cents to Investors (MoneyBeat)
• Incredibly, the SEC Sets Forth Its View: Suitability Standard is the Same as Fiduciary Standard (Scholarly Financial Planner)
• “Great Brands Impose a View on You” (Reformed Broker) see also Whole Foods takes over America (CNN Money)
• Mortgage-Loan Limits Hit Buyers In High-Cost Housing Markets (Real Time Economics)
• Apprenticeships help create jobs. So why are they in decline in the U.S.? (WSJ) see also Why You Hate Your Job (Motley Fool)
• The Death of Money Portfolio (Millennial Invest)
• Stunningly rapid urban development, seen through Google Street View (WonkBlog) see also Go back in time with Street View (Google Blog)
• A Dozen Things I have Learned from Jeff Bezos (25iq)
How was your weekend?
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