What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 9/24/14 ~ market folly

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 9/24/14

The fulcrum security: what it is and why it matters [Third Avenue]

Jack Ma on Alibaba, entrepreneurs [Dealbook]

Stock buybacks: breaking the habit [Barrons]

The real reason Yahoo is so cheap [MicroFundy]

Beware the yield co [FT Alphaville]

Down but not out: iron ore miners still profitable in spite of lower prices [Economist]

The new population boom could easily be a dud [WSJ]

Why Amazon has no profits (and why it works) [Andreessen Horowitz]

US Treasury moves against tax-avoidance inversion deals [Reuters]

Mike Pearson's new prescription for the pharmaceuticals industry [Institutional Investor]

What 'big food' does with organic and natural [Fortune]

Warren Buffett's wrath: how Benjamin Moore almost broke his promise [Fortune]

29 charts that explain Americans' financial lives [Vox]

Only 49% of Americans have any money in stocks at all [CNN]

The end of consoles as we know it [alistdaily]

Institutional investor portfolio allocation, quantitative easing & the financial crisis [Bank of England]

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