What We're Reading ~ 6/24/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

What We're Reading ~ 6/24/15

A Wealth of Common Sense: Why Simplicity Trumps Complexity in Any Investment Plan 
[Ben Carlson]

The loneliness of the short-seller [NYTimes]

Shorters needed [FT Alphaville]

Fat tails, thin ice [Jason Zweig]

What is staying power? [Fundoo Professor]

On the fear premium in stocks [Crossing Wall Street]

A look at Brookfield Asset Management [Brooklyn Investor]

Mobile is eating the world [Andreessen Horowitz]

Sketching out the internet of things trendline [Brookings]

The way humans get electricity is about to change forever [Bloomberg]

Cheap energy poised to shake up pipeline industry [WSJ]

Driverless cars + Uber = death of car insurance? [Value & Opportunity]

Insurers cannot be asleep at the wheel [Bank Underground]

Buyback extravaganza [Investor Field Guide]

Beware the stock buyback craze [WSJ]

Union Pacific: the railroad with better profit margins than Google [Fortune]

Ant Financial valued at $45 billion after fundraising [FT]

The CFA vs MBA decision [A Wealth of Common Sense]

Best age to go to business school [Bloomberg]

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