Welcome to July. Some morning reads to start off your second half of 2014 (Continues here):

• Active management is alive and kicking (FT)
• Everything Wrong With Investor Behavior in One Article (Reformed Broker)
• What kind of investor are you? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• Many bond-fund managers are worrying that their 2014 gains are too good to last. (WSJ) see also Countries previously off many investors’ radar — including Zambia — issued debt in the second quarter. (WSJ)

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Category: Financial Press

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7 Responses to “10 Tuesday AM Reads”

  1. ilsm says:

    I have a speedo, I wear to the pool. It has the SPEEDO name and logo across the backside and reaches my knees. I tell my grown kids I have a Speedo but never that it is the surfer baggie version……….

  2. couragesd says:

    19th century math tactic gets a makeover — and yields answers up to 200 times faster

    I love stuff like this.

  3. VennData says:

    Rickards says prepare for a ‘taper pause’ in June 2014


    Another Right Winger you should always listen to. Who’s keeping the list?

  4. willid3 says:

    Virginia is actually pondering what to do when the coasts flood
    hm. odd i thought that some politicians didnt believe that it was a problem


  5. willid3 says:

    why is it we have employer sponsored health insurance? history says we got it because during ww2 employers couldnt pay higher wages (and labor extremely tight. during the war the military has about 10 million in uniform. in a much smaller country). course i not sure that if employers no longer offered health benefits (and many dont) that wages would go up.