What We're Reading ~ 2/8/17 ~ market folly

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

What We're Reading ~ 2/8/17

Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics [Richard Thaler]

Honored to be listed in 2016's most influential finance Twitter accounts [Sentieo]

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Mitigating short exposure: learning from others' mistakes [CFA Institute]

Interview with Ed Thorp, the man who beat the casinos & markets [FT]

Stop chasing the wrong kind of growth [Harvard Business Review]

On analyst ratings and the institutional imperative [Base Hit Investing]

Old Mutual boss on how to run an active fund patiently [Daily Mail]

FIZZ: The secret history of the LaCroix fad [Bon Appetit]

How streaming is changing music consumption [HeavyBlogisHeavy]

Cannabalization, intense competition both roadblocks for Chipotle [Peridot]

The individual investors' performance incentive system [Rational Walk]

A look at NAFTA and American manufacturing [Vox]

Fidelity's bond king banks on Trump reflation trade [Bloomberg]

Facebook is trying everything to re-enter China and it's not working [WSJ]

BlackRock's robot stock-pickers post record losses [Bloomberg]

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