My Sunday morning reads:
• Notes from the Delivering Alpha 2014 conference. (The Reformed Broker, part 2, part 3)
• Do You See Yourself as a Sophisticated Investor? (WSJ)
• We’re in the third biggest stock bubble in U.S. history (MarketWatch) but see Bubble Paranoia Setting In as S&P 500 Surge Stirs Angst (Bloomberg)
• In a Subprime Bubble for Used Cars, Borrowers Pay Sky-High Rates (DealBook)
• Millennial Homeownership: Nothing to worry about (Fortune) see also Yuba jury awards homeowner $16 million in mortgage case (Sacramento Bee)
• Facebook is studying your mom, your makeout buddy, and your 9/11 conspiracy theories (MoJo)
• Comcast’s worst nightmare: How Tennessee could save America’s internet (Salon)
• Jet Attack Puts Putin in Corner; ‘This Isn’t His Plan A’ (Bloomberg)
• The Secret History Behind The Science Of Stress (NPR)
• Meet the electric life forms that live on pure energy (New Scientist)
What’s for brunch?
Asia’s Rising Resilience to Oil Prices
Source: Real Time Economics
Category: Financial Press
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