Good Sunday morning, some reads to round out your weekend:
• No Free Lunch in Dividend Funds (MoneyBeat)
• Wall Street whistleblowers (FT)
• Want to Be A Better Investor? Tune Out the Noise (BlackRock)
• Policy Induced Mediocrity? (Tim Duy’s Fed Watch)
• Why Yahoo Keeps Killing Everything It Buys (Wired)
• Follow up on problems in ‘Capital in the 21st Century’ (Money Supply) see also Stop asking if Piketty was right or wrong; not everyone will ever agree anyway (Quartz)
• Is College Worth It? Clearly, New Data Say (The Upshot)
• Climate Change Meets Kitchen Table as Issue Gets Personal (Bloomberg)
• The Sharing Economy is Great – Don’t Listen to the Naysayers (Ashok Arao) but see The Case Against Sharing (Medium)
• Did Steve Ballmer Overbid for the Clippers? Of Course He Overbid (MoneyBeat)
What’s for brunch?
Tortoise Catching Up to the Hare
Source: Bespoke Investment Group
Category: Financial Press
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