What We're Reading ~ 8/10/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 8/10/16

When you don't know what you don't know [Medium]

The mirage of relative performance [ai-cio]

On investing and getting comfortable with being uncomfortable [Cordant Wealth]

Jim Grant: negative interest rates will end badly [CFA Institute]

Mark Hart bets China's currency will collapse [Bloomberg]

Interview with Daniel Kahneman [The Big Picture]

Daniel Dennett's most useful critical thinking tools [Farnam Street]

A look at Jefferies [Dealbook]

Coho Capital's pitch on Amazon [ValueWalk]

Think Amazon's drone delivery is a gimmick? Think again [NYTimes]

An e-commerce business' experience with the Amazon behemoth [Medium]

What happens to tons of jobs with autonomous vehicle disruption? [NPR] 

Why we pine for manufacturing [New Yorker]

Mark Zuckerberg on the next 10 years [The Verge]

Playing the long game inside Tim Cook's Apple [FastCompany]

Google and Facebook killed free media [Bloomberg]

What disruption really means [Hardbound]

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