What We're Reading ~ 10/5/16 ~ market folly

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

What We're Reading ~ 10/5/16

Michael Lewis' upcoming book on the decision making process [Amazon]

How interest rates affect stock market returns [A Wealth of Common Sense]

The difference between a bubble and a cycle [Collaborative Fund]

Practicing a 'punch card' approach to investing [Base Hit Investing]

Silicon Valley's secrets are hiding in Marc Andreessen's library [Wired]

This is where your smartphone battery begins [Washington Post]

Some big US cities see apartment rents fall for first time in years [WSJ]

Advertising's century of flat-line growth [Bloomberg]

What the next few years looks like for virtual reality [Medium]

Interview with Benchmark's Bill Gurley [Recode]

The scientists who make apps addictive [1843 magazine]

Moleskine turns paper into big profit for private equity [WSJ]

71 million hogs are crushing US meat prices [WSJ]

When going to college becomes a financial risk [Marketplace]

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