Posts filed under “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 Sensesee also How I learned to stop worrying and love the missing CapEx (Humble Student of the Markets)
• Millennials Are Moving Out of Basements and Into Apartments (Bloombergbut see also Homeownership Rate Is Now the Lowest Since 1989, But There’s a Silver Lining  (Real Time Economics)
• The supervillain’s guide to saving the internet (Fredrik deBoer)
• NFL Gives Up Tax Break to Keep Its Secrets (BVsee also NFL Will End Its Tax-Exempt Status, Goodell Tells Owners (Bloomberg)

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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

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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)…Read More

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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

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10 Weekend Reads

Its the weekend, and that means our longer-form, Brooklyn sourced, artisanal reads: • How Wall Street captured Washington’s effort to rein in banks (Reuters)  see also Can Bankers Behave?Government regulators begin to question whether financial institutions can be reformed at all. (The Atlantic) • Apple Watch: An Overnight Multi-Billion Dollar Business (Carl Howe) • Payday at the mill:…Read More

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10 Friday AM Reads

As the week comes to a close, we begin prepping you for the weekend with our expertly curated morning train reads: • Zweig: Don’t Overpay for Technology Again (MoneyBeat) see also Turning the Nasdaq crash and recovery into a POV rollercoaster ride (WSJ) • Michael Lewis: Crash Boys (BV) • Facebook and the Feed (stratechery) see also Facebook changes its…Read More

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10 Thursday AM Reads

Now that the mystery of the 5-year old Flash Crash has been solved, onto our morning train reads: • Should you “sell in May and go away?” The answer: probably not if you take the long view. But expect lower volume. (Fidelity) • Terrible Advice I Hope Young People Ignore (Housel) • Even as Home Values Rise, Negative Equity…Read More

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10 Wednesday AM Reads

Halfway through the workweek, and its time for the best morning train reads in the land: • A Bot Made Millions on Wall Street by Reading Tweets. It Also Ate This Guy’s Lunch. (Slate) • Yes, Millennials, Please Invest in Your 401k (Barron’s) • Guy Trading at Home Caused the Flash Crash (BV) see also CFTC Charges U.K. Resident Navinder Singh…Read More

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10 Tuesday AM Reads

Markets were in rally mode yesterday, recovering almost all of the downside from Friday’s bloodletting. Futures look like they might make that happen today. Oh, and morning train reads: • The Bull Market in Stocks Is Alive and Well (Barron’s) • The Mystery of China’s Gold Stash May Soon Be Solved (Bloomberg) • This is what legalized pot…Read More

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