What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 5/7/14 ~ market folly

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 5/7/14

Charlie Munger's essay on wisdom as it relates to investment management [Ycombinator]

A pitch on Altisource Portfolio Solutions [Value Venture]

Is Barnes & Noble the next Gamestop? [MicroFundy]

Notes on the Outsider CEOs [Student of Value]

Alibaba files to go public in the US [Yahoo Finance]

All the western companies you'd have to combine to get something like Alibaba [Quartz]

US home ownership rate falls to lowest since 1995 [Bloomberg]

The financial vulnerability of Americans [House of Debt]

Why has student debt increased so much? [Vox]

Tax avoidance: the Irish inversion [FT]

Pay TV field could shrink with AT&T interest in DirecTV [LA Times]

As Netflix resists, most firms try to befriend Comcast [NYTimes]

On online video ads [NYTimes]

On the world of peer to peer lending [NYTimes]

Warren Buffett didn't belch at Coke pay plan [Bloomberg]

blog comments powered by Disqus