What We're Reading ~ 8/31/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 8/31/16

Jesse Livermore: The man who sold America short in 1929 [Tom Rubython]

50 of the best investing blogs [Acquirers Multiple]

Why value investors are different [Seth Klarman]

Paul Tudor Jones and the nature of the beast [A Wealth of Common Sense]

Be mindful of rich valuations in low volatility stocks [Morningstar]

What are interest rates forecasting for stocks? [Cordant]

Are you smarter than an algorithm? [Financialist]

A new payoff to risky decisions [Psychology Today]

Don't let what you cannot do interfere with what you can [Tony Isola]

German savers lose faith in banks, stash cash [WSJ]

Coach's brand transformation fake-out [Glenn Chan]

Can TripAdvisor turn things around? [Skift]

Dollar Stores' startling admission: half of US consumers are in dire straits [Zero Hedge]

Tencent: WeChat's world [Economist]

The twilight of China's online consumer paradise [Bloomberg]

Why Amazon is suddenly swimming in cash [Internet Retailer]

The war on cash [The Long and Short]

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