Indexing, Gridlock and Why We Do Stupid Things
Happy 50th anniversary, "Star Trek." Celebrate with our morning train reads:
- Forty years of indexing: from folly to fear (Abnormal Returns)
- BlackRock: Climate change is going to move a huge amount of money and not enough people are paying attention (Business Insider)
- Small Comfort for Battered Stock Pickers (Wall Street Journal) but see Humility, With A Touch Of Awe (Teachable Moment)
- Blockchain's Numbers Don't Add Up (Bloomberg Gadfly)
- Housel: When You Change the World and No One Notices (Collaborative Fund)
- Goldman Sachs Has Started Giving Away Its Most Valuable Software (Wall Street Journal)
- Wall Street Puts Faith in U.S. Prolonging Political Gridlock (Bloomberg)
- Can trivia help us to be less ignorant of our own ignorance? (Financial Times); see also Why We Do Stupid Things (Quick and Dirty Tips)
- Grit (Waiter's Pad)
- Jupiter, the (Surprising and Weird) King of the Planets (Slate)
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