What We're Reading ~ 3/18/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

What We're Reading ~ 3/18/15

The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right [Atul Gawande]

Ray Dalio warns of 1937-style rate risk [FT]

A dozen things learned from David Tepper about investing [25iq]

Interview with short-seller Marc Cohodes [First Adopter]

In praise of short sellers [New Yorker]

Lumber Liquidators' campaign of distraction and deception [Seeking Alpha]

Crispin Odey says following China could lead to recession [Sydney Morning Herald]

Why the smart money is betting on WWE [First Adopter]

A pitch on Interactive Brokers [Value Venture]

Live Nation Entertainment: an unregulated monopoly? [PunchCardBlog]

A look at Softbank [Institutional Investor]

With the benefit of hindsight [Morgan Housel]

Stock performance before, during, and after recessions [Wealth of Common Sense]

The majority of people are struggling to save for retirement [Wealth of Common Sense]

The future of the four horsemen: Amazon, Apple, Facebook & Google [YouTube]

Consumer behavior across pay-TV, VOD, and OTT [Digitalsmiths]

Zillow, the industry, and reading the tea leaves [Notorious Rob]

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