What We're Reading ~ 10/20/16 ~ market folly

Thursday, October 20, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 10/20/16

The dying business of picking stocks [WSJ]

Marks, Grantham, Arnott, Gundlach reveal their biggest hits and mistakes [WSJ] 

John Maynard Keynes: courage is the key to investing [WSJ]

Joel Greenblatt's investing secrets revealed [Barrons]

What does Nevada's $35 billion fund manager do all day? Nothing [WSJ]

What I learnt on the sell side [What I Learnt on Wall St]

What's something you strongly believe in that's likely wrong [Collaborative Fund]

How to stay patient for longer [Clear Eyes Investing]

Chipotle (CMG): is the brand intact? [Rational Walk]

A quick look at Liberty Ventures (LVNTA) [Peters Macgregor]

A piece on Atlassian (TEAM) [Fast Company] 

27 charts that will change how you think about the American economy [Vox]

The Jeff Bezos regret minimization framework [A Wealth of Common Sense]

Preparing for the future of artificial intelligence [The White House]

An integrated perspective on the future of mobility [McKinsey]

The best performing CEOs in the world [Harvard Business Review]

Liquid assets: how the business of bottled water went mad [The Guardian]

Sam Zell sees limited investment opportunities in the future [NREI]

Deutsche Bank: a Greek tragedy at a German institution? [Aswath Damodaran]

Imagining a cashless world [New Yorker]

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