False Signals, Black Holes and Good Wine

Here are your morning reads.

That was fun! I am heading back to NYC with my morning plane reads in hand:

  • Shiller’s Powerful Market Indicator Is Sending a False Signal About Stocks This Time (Wall Street Journal)
  • Oil Glut? Here Comes Some More! (New York Times)
  • Deutsche Bank’s $14 Billion Scare (Bloomberg)
  • A Onetime Housing Skeptic Plans $1 Billion Bet on Homes (Wall Street Journal)
  • Biases affect professional investors just like the rest of us (Evidence-Based Investor)
  • Venture Capital: It is a pricing, not a value, game! (Musings on Markets)
  • Which Wine Apps Actually Help You Choose and Buy the Best Wine? (Bloomberg)
  • 9 Times Donald Trump Complained About Taxes (New York Times)
  • "Science will never know it all": Richard Dawkins, Margaret Atwood and others predict the future (the Guardian)
  • How Big Is the Biggest Black Hole in the Universe? (Slate)

What are you reading?

Banks drawing cross-selling complaints

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