Posts filed under “Financial Press”

10 Tuesday AM Reads

Its a vacation week in the States, but thats doesn’t mean we stop reading, and neither should you. My morning train reads:

• Physics in finance: Trading at the speed of light (Nature)
• Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2015 (Credit Suisse)
• Josh’s awesome investment mix (Reformed Broker)
• Goldman Sachs Doesn’t Care What You Think (Epicurean Dealmaker)
• Gary Shilling – Why You Should Own Bonds (Advisor Perspective)
• The Huge Historical Bull Market Bias in International Stocks (Irrelevant Investor)
• Forget Greece; Italy is Europe’s ticking time bomb (WonkBlog)
• Ten Years of Google Maps, From Slashdot to Ground Truth (Re/code)
• This new Tesla battery will power your home, and maybe the electric grid too (The Switch) but see Apple’s Electric Car Dreams May Bring Auto Industry Nightmares (Bloomberg)
• How P.R. Is Killing Journalism: And why that’s a problem even if you’re not a journalist. (Take Part)

What are you reading?

 

 

Inflation is below 1 percent in the US, UK, Europe, China, and Japan
inflation
Source: Washington Post

Category: Financial Press

10 President’s Day Reads

3 day weekend! No worries, we have some morning reads for you: • Some of the Oldest Companies in the Tech Industry Are Hitting Multiyear Highs (Slate) •  The NYTimes could be worth $19bn instead of $2bn (Monday Note) • Japan’s Weak GDP Belies Progress in Deflation Battle (Bloomberg) • Meanwhile, at the “Best House in a Bad Neighborhood”……Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Sunday Reads

Good Sunday morning. As the Northeast settles in for some cold winter weather, its 73 degrees in La Jolla, where I am decidely not. And some morning reads: • Here’s a $9 Trillion Question (Bloomberg) • What Do Low Interest Rates Mean for Stock Market Returns? (A Wealth of Common Sense) • Tech Leads the Way as Nasdaq…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Weekend Reads

That was some week! The S&P is now positive year-to-date, and is at record highs, as the Nasdaq is coming up on its 2000 highs. Settle in with a big cup-o-joe, and enjoy our longer-form weekend reads: • Life in the Algorithm: The searches we make, the news we read, the dates we go on, the…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Friday AM Reads

Triskaidekaphobians, relax! There is no reason to fear Friday the 13th, not when you have the best morning train reads in the land: • Why the Bond Bull Market Isn’t Over (Barron’s) • Cry me a river that leads to Omaha (Michael Santoli) see also Protégé Partners: These factors ‘wreaked havoc’ in our bet against Buffett (Adam’s Angle) • Investors…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Thursday AM Reads

Straight-outta-Brooklyn, our craft brewed, dry-aged, hand curated morning train reads: • What If Everything We Know About Recessions IsWrong? (BView) •  In Wake of Financial Crisis, Goldman Goes It Alone (WSJ) • Apple’s New Market (stratechery) see also What Apple Just Did in Solar Is a Really Big Deal (Bloomberg) • The key to financial success isn’t saving more. It’s investing more (Prag…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Wednesday AM Reads

Who are all these new faces on my TV? No Williams, no Colbert, and soon no Letterman and no Stewart. No worries, we have you covered with our morning train reads: • Baltic Dry at Lowest Level Since August 1986 (Bloomberg) see also The Shipping News: Brutal. As per usual (Financial Post) • Treasure Hunt: In this turbulent…Read More

Category: Financial Press

All Hail the Daily Show!

Last night, Jon Stewart announced he would not be renewing his contract for The Daily Show. It immediately set off a scramble – who is going to replace him? What might this mean for intelligent, hard-hitting media criticism? And what is Jon going to do in the future? You might think that in this era…Read More

Category: Financial Press, Humor, Media, Television

10 Tuesday AM Reads

The Greek tragedy continues to play out in slow motion, oil finds a bid, and how earnings will end up this quarter is on everyone’s mind. And, our morning train reads: • The “Misery” Index Falls to an 8 Year Low (Pragmatic Capitalism) see also Fed’s Rate Dilemma: Job Gains vs. Low Inflation (WSJ) • Most Innovative Companies 2015 (Fast…Read More

Category: Financial Press

TDS: Guardians of the Veracity

Category: Financial Press, Really, really bad calls, Television, Video