What We're Reading ~ 4/27/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 4/27/16

Second level thinking: what smart people use to outperform [Farnam Street]

Consumption in China is resilient, despite troubled economy [Economist]

What if China already had a hard landing? [FT Alphaville]

Baidu - a hidden gem [Variant Views]

A look at Expeditors International [Rational Walk]

The curious case of Hercules Offshore [Oozing Alpha]

A subprime boom, insane interest rates, predatory lending: sound familiar? [Motherjones]

Luck meets perseverance: the creation of IBM's competitive advantage [Farnam Street]

A look at India's e-commerce market through Flipkart [Founding Fuel]

The extinction invention [MIT Technology Review]

Learning Larry Page's Alphabet [Fast Company]

The case for investing in Latin America [Bloomberg]

The affordability crisis: what happens when millennials can't afford homes? [Apartment List]

More than 40% of student borrowers aren't making payments [WSJ]

47% of Americans can't come up with $400 in an emergency [The Atlantic]

Will driverless cars mean the end of auto insurance? [CSMonitor]

Inside the fall of SunEdison [WSJ]

Lessons from SunEdison's collapse [BaseHitInvesting]

Facebook wants to be the layer between you and the future [Buzzfeed]

Inside Apple's secretive iPhone factory [Bloomberg]

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