What We're Reading ~ 3/13/19 ~ market folly

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

What We're Reading ~ 3/13/19

The Misbehavior of Markets: A Fractal View of Financial Turbulence [Benoit Mandelbrot]

Transcript of interview with Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell [60 Minutes]

Status as a service [Eugene Wei]

The four fundamental skills of all investing [Collaborative Fund]

The perils of investing idol worship: The Kraft Heinz lessons [Aswath Damodaran]

A pitch on Nintendo [HardcoreValue]

A pitch on Molson Coors [Elevation Capital]

A look at the timeshares businesses [Yet Another Value Blog]

A look at HSBC [UK Value Investor]

How internet marketplaces unlock economic wealth [Bill Gurley]

DoorDash tops GrubHub & UberEats in food delivery [Fortune]

Google quietly releases hotel booking with potentially huge implications [Skift]

Pricing algorithms can learn to collude with each other to raise prices [MIT Tech Review]

Not caring: a unique and powerful skill [Collaborative Fund]

On Manchester United: the paradox of profits without trophies [FT]

Investors get burned after betting on electric car metals [WSJ]

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