What We're Reading ~ 2/16/17 ~ market folly

Thursday, February 16, 2017

What We're Reading ~ 2/16/17

Ed Thorp's new book: A Man for All Markets [Ed Thorp]

Seth Klarman weighs in on Trump [NYTimes]

Homeownership rate in 2016 was lowest in 50 years [Corelogic]

US household debts climbed in 2016 by most in a decade [WSJ]

Income share for the bottom 50% of Americans is collapsing [Marketwatch]

On the downfall of Toshiba, a nuclear industry titan [FT]

This free range short seller is making his comeback [Bloomberg]

Does Chipotle's valuation offer a margin of safety? [Rational Walk]

A whirlwind tour through trends in China [Andreessen Horowitz]

Beware Sears's zombie apocalypse [Bloomberg]

Inside Sears' death spiral [Business Insider]

Jeff Bezos wants Amazon to be the next HBO, Showtime [NYPost]

Tim Cook says augmented reality is a big idea like the smartphone [The Verge]

Bill Gates 2017 annual letter [GatesNotes]

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