Responsible Investing, Pet Tech and TV Gold
Our Tuesday morning train reads:
- Outlook 2017: This Bull Market Has Legs (Barron’s) but see Desolated admirers of investment strategists (Statistical Ideas)
- Nine economic lessons from 2016 (Prospect)
- Investors Sharpen Focus on Social and Environmental Risks to Stocks (DealBook); see also Swedroe: Socially Responsible Investing Is A (Minor) Drag (ETF.com)
- The Best Investment Writing 2016 (Meb Faber Research)
- World Energy Hits a Turning Point: Solar That’s Cheaper Than Wind (Bloomberg Technology); see also Solar power is becoming the cheapest form of electricity (the Independent)
- Why vitamin pills don’t work, and may be bad for you (BBC)
- 5 ways of redrawing the U.S. electoral map that actually make sense (Washington Post); see also Why Trump Had an Edge in the Electoral College (Upshot)
- How "Saturday Night Live" managed to turn 2016’s chaos into TV gold (Washington Post)
- 12-Plus Apps You Should Delete Before The New Year (Fast Company); see also The 10 Best Apps Of 2016 (Fast Company)
- The Dumb, Delightful World of Pet Tech (Wall Street Journal)
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