Scary Charts, Warriors and Lunchtime
My mid-short-week morning train reads:
- Why There Is No "Trump Slump" on Wall Street (New York Times)
- Stocks Rally as Washington Burns — and That’s Not Odd (Bloomberg View)
- A Smart Strategy for Municipal Bond Investors (Barron’s)
- Is efficient-market theory becoming more efficient? (the Economist)
- The “scary chart” fallacy (Mathematical Investor); see also The Unfortunate Rise Of The Misleading "Scary Chart" Comparisons Again (Horan Capital Advisors)
- Once considered the titans of Wall Street, hedge fund managers are in trouble (Washington Post)
- After Brexit: U.K. will need to renegotiate at least 759 treaties (Financial Times)
- How to secure your Apple and iCloud accounts (Popular Science)
- Last Year’s Warriors Weren’t The Best Ever, But This Year’s Might Be (FiveThirtyEight)
- How the World Eats Lunch (Wall Street Journal); see also The Best Burger in Shenzhen (Popular Science)
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