What We're Reading ~ 1/13/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 1/13/16

George Soros: it's the 2008 crisis all over again [CNBC]

Rare interview with Michael Burry (of The Big Short fame) [NYMag]

Daniel Kahneman on intuition and loss aversion [Farnam Street]

Barron's top 10 stock picks for 2016 [Barrons]

The 2016 Crossing Wall St buy list [Crossing Wall Street]

On Amazon's entrance into India [Fortune]

Amazon and world domination [Value Venture]

A painful year for contrarian trades [A Wealth of Common Sense]

The difference between patience and stubbornness [Fool]

In Silicon Valley now, it's almost always winner takes all [New Yorker]

Baidu's Li says investors don't get China's coming internet boom [Bloomberg]

The digital future of consumer-packaged goods companies [McKinsey]

50 unfortunate truths about investing [Morgan Housel]

Cordcutting: myth or reality? [Value Seeker]

How FICO became outdated [PYMNTS]

Meet the 'new' lower margin, lower quality Chipotle [HVST]

Current case for Liberty Global (LBTYA/K) [Jnvestor]

Nearly 95% of young renters want to buy, but many say they can't afford it [WSJ]

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