Posts filed under “Financial Press”

10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Global Central Bank Focus: The Great Escape​​ (PIMCO)
• Mario Gabelli on His Botched Google Bid and the Beauty of Compound Interest (Bloomberg)
• What Would Jim Lebenthal Say? (The Woman’s Investment Bible)
• Can Wall Street and Main Street Stay Aligned? (Bloomberg View) see also Paul Krugman: Recovery at Last? (NY Times)
Swedroe: Passive Investing’s Foundations (
• Dealbook’s Dishonest Salvo Over an Unqualified Nominee for Treasury Post (Naked Capitalism)
• Start Worrying About Your Tap Water (Bloomberg)
• Crumbling infrastructure is a sign of lost collective faith (FT)
WTF?! Porsche Sells Out of $310,000 Panamera Exclusive in 48 Hours (Bold Ride)
• Rohinni’s Lightpaper Is Incredibly Thin, And Printable (Co.Labs)

What are you reading?

Will Cheap Oil Lead to Big Mergers?

Source: WSJ



Category: Financial Press

10 Monday AM Reads

The holiday season is now in full swing, but it won’t interfere with our morning train reads: • What Happens to Stocks and Bonds When the Fed Raises Rates? (A Wealth of Common Sense) • 17 Signs You Were a CIO in 2014 (#6 Will Blow Your Mind)   (Chief Investment Officer) • Vanguard calls for boardrooms…Read More

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10 Sunday AM Reads

My Sunday morning reads: • Top Independent Adviser With $3.5 Billion Once Lived on Credit (Bloomberg) • Keeping Investors Scared Witless ( see also The hidden message of the Hindenburg Omen (Humble Student of the Markets) • Is the Bull Market Only Half Over? (Forbes) • The Rise and Fall of Debate in Economics (Joe Francis)…Read More

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10 Weekend Reads

Good Saturday morn. Settle into your favorite easy chair, pour a hot cup of Joe, and enjoy our longer form weekend reads: • Tech Stocks: Sizing Up the New Bubble (Barron’s) • Inside Elon Musk’s $1.4 billion score (Fortune) • Fade to Black: Bill Gross Ends an Era (Chief Investment Officer) see also Fall of the…Read More

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10 Friday AM Reads

Its the end of the week already? No worries, we have you covered with our hand crafted morning train reads: • One of the Most Famous Rules of Investing Might Be Totally Wrong (BusinessWeek) see also Diversification or Deworsification? (Dual Momentum) • Just Your Average V-Bottom (Dana Lyons) • Swedroe: Questioning Value Of Endowments ( •…Read More

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10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • The Red Cross CEO Has Been Serially Misleading About Where Donors’ Dollars Are Going (Pro Publica) • Why Chasing Hot Stocks Could Burn You (Motley Fool) • Wealthiest Families Cautioned About Impact-Investing Hype (Businessweek) • CEOs Manipulate News for Personal Gain, Study Finds (Barron’s) • Real-Estate Appraisals Are Bubbly Again (Bloomberg…Read More

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10 Thursday AM Reads

A surprisingly strange week as December rushes headlong towards the end of the year. And reads: • Jim O’Neill: Emerging Markets Mock the Pessimists (Bloomberg View) but see James Montier: The Stock Market Is Hideously Expensive (Valuewalk) • Don’t try this: meet the high schooler who made $300K trading penny stocks under his desk (The…Read More

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10 Wednesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • Cheap Oil Won’t Help Detroit Sell Gas Guzzlers (Bloomberg View) • Kobayashi Maru and the Forecasting Follies (Above the Market) • Dollar Longs: Join The Club (MoneyBeat) • New data-visualisations The quick and the dead (Economist) • Generational Data Is Lousy, But We Can Fix That (Real Time Economics) • Good versus Bad…Read More

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10 Wednesday AM Reads

If you ever want receive an amusing stream of emails, write critically about Gold. And, my morning train reads: • Fall of the Bond King: How Gross Lost Empire as Pimco Cracked (Bloomberg) • Beat the Average Investor by not Trying to “Beat the Market” (Pragmatic Capitalism) • The A to Z of Behavioral Bias…Read More

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10 Tuesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • PayPal Reports Record-Breaking Number Of Black Friday Shoppers And Sales On Mobile (TechCrunch) see also Americans’ Consumer Spending Inches Up in November (Gallup) • With A Bull Market Like This, You Don’t Need A Bear Market (Ivanhoff) • Not All Active Funds Consistently Underperform (A Wealth of Common Sense) but see…Read More

Category: Financial Press