Posts filed under “Financial Press”

10 Tuesday AM Reads

We have dug up quite an eclectic set of morning train reads for you to start your day with:

• Theft, Lies, and Facebook Video: Facebook says it’s now streaming more video than YouTube. To be able to make that claim, all they had to do was cheat, lie, and steal (Medium)
• Hey, investment cranks: The Internet never forgets (Washington Post)
• Stock Guru Bill Miller Is Back But the Questions and Pain Linger (Bloomberg)
• CEO pay out of line with free markets (Dallas Morning News)
• Winners of the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest (The Atlantic)

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Category: Financial Press

Jon Stewart: You Can’t Prove That on TV

Category: Financial Press, Humor, Video

10 Monday AM Reads

Welcome to August! Earnings season is in full swing, and we have a month of data to move the FOMC off their intended path. Oh, and the finest curated morning train reads in the land: • Win or Lose, U.S. Stocks Getting Biggest Earnings Bang Since ’12 (Bloomberg) but see King dollar has cost S&P 500 companies $244 billion of…Read More

Category: Financial Press

How to sort through garbage online investment advice

    My Sunday Washington Post Business Section column is out. This morning, we look at how the internet evolved as a source of bad investment opinion. The print version had the full headline How to sort out the garbage of online investment advice; I like the online version hed, Hey, investment cranks: The Internet never forgets. Here’s an excerpt from…Read More

Category: Analysts, Financial Press, Investing, Really, really bad calls, Weblogs

10 Sunday Reads

Good Sunday morn. Round out your weekend with these expert hand curated reads: • Macro Markets Risk Index: US Trend Remains Modestly Positive (Capital Spectator) see also As Fed Rate Rise Nears, Traders Obsess Over Data (WSJ) • Swedroe: ‘Gurus’ Without A Clue (ETF.com) • It’s Amazon’s World. The USPS Just Delivers in It (Bloomberg) • 10 Quick Topics to…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Weekend Reads

Pour yourself a tall glass of slow brewed Iced Coffee, and start your Saturday with our longer form weekend reads: • Jonathan Miller is the Most Trusted (and Quoted) Man in New York Real Estate (Observer) • The Future of Cancer: Closer to a Cure. Sloan Kettering CEO Craig Thompson on the revolution under way in cancer prevention…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Friday AM Reads

Another interesting 5 day run hurtles towards the weekend — we have your back with our morning train reads: • A Ten-Year Love Affair with Hedge Funds. Part four of CIO’s Google Trends series: How investors fell in and out of love with hedge funds—and how the relationship survives (Chief Investment Officer) • Flat stock markets: It’s not all doom and gloom…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Thursday AM Reads

Did Janet Yellen say something new yesterday? I wasn’t paying attention. Oh, and our morning train reads: • The Worst Mutual Fund in the World (Fund Reference) • Advisers’ Stock Recommendations Drag Down Clients’ Portfolios, Study Finds (WSJ) but see How Financial Advisers Can Help Close the Behavior Gap (CFA Institute) • Uber’s Phantom Cabs (Motherboard) • Donald Trump Is The…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Wednesday AM Reads

Our midweek explainer on just about everything will make you smarter by the time your morning train commute is over: • 6 Great Investors Explain What Makes Stocks Rise (Barron’s) • Nobody Knows How Much Bonds Cost (BV) • Gold: Is it really likely to hit 5,000 an ounce? (MutualFunds.com) • Are Home Prices Again Breaking Records? Not Really (Real…Read More

Category: Financial Press

10 Tuesday AM Reads

My two-for-Tuesday morning train reads: • Can any ex-Citadel money managers ever hope to beat Ken Griffin? (Chicago Business) • Stocks Have Plenty of Room to Rally: Based on Morningstar’s definition of a market expansion, this bull is just getting going (Barron’s) but see The Only Six Stocks That Matter: Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook, Netflix, Gilead account for the bulk of…Read More

Category: Financial Press