What We're Reading ~ 10/7/15 ~ market folly

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

What We're Reading ~ 10/7/15

Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction [Philip Tetlock & Dan Gardner]

Fat tails, thin ice [Jason Zweig]

Are you prepared for the next bear market? [Fortune]

Most CFOs think the US market is overvalued [Alpha Architect]

Putting a price tag on the Volkswagen scandal [Aswath Damodaran]

A pitch on beaten down Sun Edison [Bronte Capital]

Case study on capital allocation and Rockwood Holdings [Before Losing My Sanity]

Do as they do: a guide to insider activity [Dead Companies Walking]

A look at Cable One [Punch Card Blog]

Some stock picks from Fran├žois Rochon [Montreal Gazette]

How the Bloomberg terminal made history and stays relevant [FastCompany]

Sneaker wars: inside the battle between Nike and Adidas [GQ]

The decline of 'big soda' [NYTimes]

China's middle class dreams in peril [WSJ]

Can Comscore/Rentrak go toe-to-toe with Nielsen? [Variety]

Google Fiber's real innovation [Beyond Devices]

Why we fall for bogus research [Bloomberg View]

Alcoa and the painful business of making aluminum [Reuters]

The frustrating life of a McDonald's franchisee [Bloomberg]

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