My afternoon train reads :
• BlackRock: The $4.3 trillion force (Fortune)
• Workers are cutting back on stock of their own companies in a welcome sign of investment maturity (MoneyBeat) see also Dow 17,000 is on the wrong side of history (MarketWatch)
• Michael Lewis: Deeb the Conqueror Bears His Soul Before Mama (Bloomberg View)
• We’re number…nine? When it comes to financial literacy, American teens are downright mediocre (Real Time Economics)
• Family money talks (Fidelity)
• Iraq’s ISIS Is Eclipsing Al-Qaeda, Especially With Young Jihadists (Newsweek) see also ISIS-Linked Blog: Bitcoin Can Fun Terrorist Movements Worldwide (CoinDesk)
• Refinancing could save these homeowners nearly $200 a month. Here’s why they won’t do it. (WonkBlog)
• 5 Simple Notions That Help Solve Problems (Farnam Street)
• Solar has won. Even if coal were free to burn, power stations couldn’t compete (The Guardian) see also Deutsche Bank Lends $1B in Japan’s Solar Gold Rush (Bloomberg)
• The 25 Best Movies of 2014 (So Far) (Paste)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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