What We're Reading ~ 6/8/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

What We're Reading ~ 6/8/15

The Great Minds of Investing [William Green]

A moat of kisses and peanut butter cups ~ Hershey [Scuttlebutt Investor]

Why eBay looks enticing after the PayPal spinoff [MicroFundy]

Byron Wien's life lessons: formative experiences shape risk tolerance [Wall Street Week]

Byron Wien's chat with the 'smartest man in Europe' [Barrons]

US economy is still the promised land [Yardeni Research]

In defense of stock buybacks [Boston Globe]

A graphic of the top languages spoken across the globe [SCMP]

Billionaire Rales brothers ready for a new act in split of Danaher [Washington Post]

Male investors vs female investors [WSJ]

Viacom is having a midlife crisis [Bloomberg]

Activist investors love spin-offs, here's why you should too [Fortune]

Banks and exchanges turn to blockchain [FT]

Future returns on wealth will be lower [Economist]

The inside story of how iPhone crippled BlackBerry [WSJ]

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