Welcome to the last week of the summer! (How did the time slip away?) Enjoy your last days on the beach, we’ve got you covered with our honey-glazed morning reads: (continues here):

• The Decline and Fall of Fund Managers (MoneyBeat) see also More than 10% of S&P 500 Assets Now Passive (Chief Investment Officer)
• Howard Marks’ Crystal Ball Proved Accurate (Barron’s)
• Takeaways From Jackson Hole 2014 — At A Glance (WSJ) see also Janet Yellen Referenced This 19-Component Labor Market Index at Jackson Hole (Business Insider)
• CONTAGION—How market selloffs happen. Part of a Fortune series. (Fortune)


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Category: Financial Press

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4 Responses to “10 Monday AM Reads”

  1. VennData says:

    American held in Syria freed after nearly 2 years


    C’mon GOP hurry up with how bad this is for America and how Obama is a traitor. We’re waiting to know what to think GOP Media.

    • theexpertisin says:

      I’ll answer later. I’m gonna play golf with my entourage the remainder of the week.

  2. winstongator says:

    Did anyone expect the % of total S&P to be passively managed to be significantly >10%? I am surprised that it is that low.

  3. Jojo says:

    SATURDAY, AUG 23, 2014
    The 1 percent’s devious new scheme: How CEOs are getting rich at your expense
    An expert explains our growing obsession with stock buybacks — and how they’re driving U.S. income inequality