It’s the middle of the week and we’re approaching the end of the summer. Have no fear, though, our expertly-curated morning train reads are here to help you: (continues here):
• Buffett: If you’ve got 160 IQ, sell 30 points to somebody else because you won’t need it in investing (Farnam Street)
• Stock market bubble? The warnings grow louder (CNN Money) but see Jim Cramer: This Stock Market Is Despised (The Street)
• Shiller’s CAPE and math (Statistical Ideas)
• The Cost of Looking for Luck (Chief Investment Officer) see also Do Superstitious Traders Lose Money? (SSRN)
Category: Financial Press
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