Posts filed under “Financial Press”

10 Monday AM Reads

Good San Francisco morning! Just because I am three thousand miles from home does not mean I would abandon you. Some not so early morning reads:

• China’s Long Bull Run: Booming Hong Kong stock market could go higher, but not without some bumps along the way (Barron’s)
• Memory of ‘Flash Crash’ Weighs on Markets and Regulators (MoneyBeat)
• The ESG Takeover: Is environmental, social, and governance investing actually serious business for Europe’s largest investors? (Chief Investment Officer)
• Time to Make CEO Pay Match Shareholder Performance (Fiscal Times)
• Oil Leak Is Latest Mishap for Alaska’s Troubled Pipelines (ProPublica)
• Ten questions that Ben Bernanke needs to learn how to not answer (Medium)
• Millennials don’t trust anyone. That’s a big deal. (The Fix)
• How Two Billionaires Are Remaking Detroit in Their Flawed Image (Gawker)
• UndueForce (Baltimore Sun)
• Scientists achieve critical steps to building first practical quantum computer (Phys)

What are you reading?

 

 

US Companies Resume Quest for Low-Tax Addresses


Source: Bloomberg View

 

 

Category: Financial Press

10 Sunday Reads

Good Sunday morning. I am still on NY time, even though I am in sunny California, working my way through Napa on the way to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. That hasn’t stopped me from putting together some morning reads: • 3 reasons investors still buy actively-managed funds (MarketWatch) • How Tesla’s Batteries Will Power Your Home…Read More

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10 Weekend Reads

Greeting from Sunny California! Our hand-curated, longer-form weekend reads: • The austerity delusion: The case for cuts was a lie. So why does Britain still believe it? (Guardian) • How Technology Has Affected Wages for the Last 200 Years (HBR) • Lessons From the “Flash Crash” Regulatory Fiasco (Huffington Post) • The Billionaire, the Dealer, and the…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Friday AM Reads

The week comes to close, and we have you covered, with our organic, free range morning train reads: Have profits peaked? (Fidelity) May 1, 1975: The Day Wall Street Changed (Moneybeat) Freedom, Tesla-Style: The company’s new home-based battery isn’t just nifty, it’s liberating (Slate) see also A solar future isn’t just likely — it’s inevitable (Vox) The days…Read More

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10 Thursday AM Reads

Some days the news flow is just weird. Like today. Our morning train reads: • The Great Inflation Conundrum: How do you hedge a risk when the tool box is so small—and everyone wants to use it? (Chief Investment Officer) but see Some Investors Can’t Wait for the Fed to Raise Rates (WSJ) • Easy Money? This Was Never Easy (Motley Fool) •  Senator Elizabeth Warren is…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Wednesday AM Reads

The news flow never stops, and neither do we: Our hand curated morning train reads: • Drinking Through A Diversity Hangover: What if investors don’t want diversity in asset management? (CIO) • Things People Say During a Bull Market (A Wealth of Common Sense) see also How I learned to stop worrying and love the missing CapEx (Humble Student of…Read More

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10 Tuesday AM Reads

Its very much a Two -for-Tuesday in our morning train reads: • The “Misery Index” is at its lowest level since 1959 (Bloomberg) • This is Tim: Apple’s CEO in his own words (Six Colors) see also Apple’s very strong 2nd-quarter earnings report in charts (Quartz) • Share buybacks: who really benefits? (FT) see also US share buybacks loot the future (FT)…Read More

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10 Monday AM Reads

Welcome back to the workweek. Let’s kick it off right with our expertly curated morning train reads: • U.S. Money Managers Turn Cautious, reining in their optimism since the fall (Barron’s) but see Why This Old Bull Market May Not Be Ready to Die (MoneyBeat) • The remarkable life — and investing lessons — of Ronald Read (Washington Post) • 3…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Monday AM Reads

Welcome back to the workweek. Let’s kick it off right with our expertly curated morning train reads: • U.S. Money Managers Turn Cautious, reining in their optimism since the fall (Barron’s) but see Why This Old Bull Market May Not Be Ready to Die (MoneyBeat) • The remarkable life — and investing lessons — of Ronald Read (Washington Post)…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Sunday Reads

Good Sunday morning, Some fascinating material to round out your weekend reading: • The puzzle in active investing (Pensions & Investments) • Forget Buffett the investor. Follow Buffett the manager (Fortune) • Glut of Capital and Labor Challenge Policy Makers (WSJ) • Tangles of pathology (Interfluidity) • The Unintended Twist of Tax Inversions (NYT) • The Battle for The Wrist (Asymco) •…Read More

Category: Financial Press