What We're Reading ~ 11/1/18 ~ market folly

Thursday, November 1, 2018

What We're Reading ~ 11/1/18

More Than You Know: Finding financial wisdom in unconventional places [Mauboussin]

Lots of great charts looking at the macro environment [Insecurity Analysis]

The underappreciated role of luck in investing [Validea]

Investors, look up from your algorithms [Daniel Arbess]

Is there a new world debt crisis on the horizon? [World Economic Forum]

The biggest mistakes bosses make when making decisions [WSJ]

To boost the economy, let's first change how we measure it [Marketwatch]

Profile of Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) [WSJ]

How Best Buy (BBY) survived the retail apocalypse [The Week]

A look at Netflix's (NFLX) culture [WSJ]

Uber's secret restaurant empire [Bloomberg]

Why battling bugs is a booming business [Harding Loevner]

Why one of the biggest mall owners is doubling down on malls [WSJ]

Bao Fan: China's tech dealmaker [FT]

There have never been so many bonds that are almost junk [WSJ]

Why sports teams may get more valuable [WSJ]

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