What We're Reading ~ 6/17/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

What We're Reading ~ 6/17/15

How to judge a business's durability [Gannon & Hoang on Investing]

Make more money by doing less [Abnormal Returns]

Learning to love volatility [Farnam Street]

The struggle to define risk [A Wealth of Common Sense]

Confirmation bias: how intelligent people develop totally incorrect beliefs [PsyBlog]

A look at Heico [Jnvestor]

John Deere: great 'cannibal' or cyclical trap? [Value and Opportunity]

Precision Castparts shares offer a rare bargain [Barrons]

Profile of T-Mobile's John Legere [Fast Company]

US births up after years of decline [AP]

P/E multiples versus (past and future) returns and volatility [EconompicData]

How Hermes' legendary Birkin bag remains dominant [Bloomberg]

A look at Expedia and Dara Khosrowshahi [Barrons]

On tech unicorns [Stratechery]

Andreessen Horowitz: why we're not in the next tech bubble [Fortune]

How Facebook is eating the $140 billion hardware market [Business Insider]

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