My afternoon train reading:
• Lower Your Fees, Boost Your Returns (Morningstar)
• Inside Buffett’s Brain (Time)
• Ex-Bankers Upgrade the Good Life as Violin Pools Beckon (Bloomberg)
• Investors Plagued by “Continuous Partial Attention” (Reformed Broker)
• A 401(k) on autopilot risks going off-course (MarketWatch)
• The Silicon Valley of Fear (Telegraph) see also Robo-advisor: Embrace the Name (SEI’s Practically Speaking)
• History in the Making: Seattle Is Raising Its Minimum Wage to $15 (MoneyBox)
• Stuart Franklin: how I photographed Tiananmen Square and ‘tank man’ (The Guardian)
• MIT Students Create Solar Panels That Still Work In The Shade (FastCo Exist)
• Five More Ways to Fight Global Warming (Bloomberg View)
What are you reading?
Secondary Sales Squeeze Investors
Category: Financial Press
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