History Lessons That Wall Street Ignored
My Tuesday morning train reads:
- BlackRock, Vanguard Say Bond Market’s Got This Trade All Wrong (Bloomberg); see also A Mortgage Mystery: What Happens to ARMs When Libor Goes Away? (Wall Street Journal)
- This mortgage lender ignited the financial crisis 10 years ago today (the Basis Point)
- Misunderstanding Apple Services (Monday Note); see also Apple and the Oak Tree (Stratechery)
- The warnings from history that Wall Street ignored (Financial Times)
- Can Ex-Cons Ease the Labor Shortage? (Strategy+Business); see also A Second Chance for the Labor Pool (LinkedIn)
- Venezuela was once South America’s richest country. Here’s what went wrong (World Economic Forum)
- Earnings shenanigans underpin Wall Street record (Financial Times); see also The Accounting Tack That Makes PayPal’s Numbers Look So Good (New York Times)
- New York City’s subway crisis started with Robert Moses (Curbed)
- Why People Can’t Stop Talking About Zuckerberg 2020 (Wired); see also I am not running for president; I just want to meet every cow and Iowan (Washington Post)
- Want a Car That Goes Crazy Fast? Go Electric (Wall Street Journal)
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