Posts filed under “Digital Media”

Priceonomics: Everything is Bullshit

I am about halfway through this, whose title reminded me of Sturgeon’s Law (90% of Everything is Crap):


Check it out on Amazon.

Category: Books, Digital Media

Tweets of the Week 7.18.14

Our weekly Tweet round up:   Markets/Investing   H2w0w Holy smokes #muniland. 100 year water bond for DC $300M at 4.81% Aa2/AA+/AA (9) ht @ClimateBonds #GreenBond — Cate Long (@cate_long) July 15, 2014 New England is Gassy 50%+ of New England’s fuel is generated by natural gas, and it needs more: @nytimes — ProPublica (@ProPublica)…Read More

Category: Digital Media

Data Visualization: What Does a NYC Taxi’s Day Look Like?

This is an absolutely fascinating — hypnotic even — depiction of what the daily metrics of a New York City Taxi looks like, overlaid on top of a map. You can track passengers, distance traveled, revenue, even tips. Bravo! I wish we could make the data from our business (Financial planning/asset management) look this compelling!…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Travel

Sizing Up a Potential Media Marriage

Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Digital Media, Financial Press, M&A

30 Most Influential People in Finance & Wealth

Posted without comment Source: April Rudin, HuffPo

Category: Asset Allocation, Digital Media

How to Change a Habit

Click for the ginormous version. Source: Charles Duhigg

Category: Digital Media, Psychology

Tweets of the Week 7.11.14

Markets & Investing Eddie! Eddie! Eddie! This morning's -1% open somehow negates five-and-a-half years of being dead wrong. — Eddy Elfenbein (@EddyElfenbein) July 10, 2014 What a difference a few decades makes Life-cycle investing: Young investors: Pray this turns into a bear market Retired investors: Pray this doesn't turn into a bear market — Ben Carlson (@awealthofcs)…Read More

Category: Digital Media

Conditions Favorable for a Capex Comeback

Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Markets

Summers in the Future

Category: Digital Media, UnScience

How Expensive Are Stocks? (Not Terribly)

cick for bigger chart Source: JP Morgan   It has become commonly accepted that stocks are very expensive, overbought and perhaps even in a bubble. JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s latest quarterly chart book (you can download it here) takes issue with those conventions. As you can see from the chart above, U.S. equity prices closely…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Valuation