How to Ruin a Summer Vacation

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • This is how many fund managers actually beat index funds (MarketWatch)
  • Every big trend has unintended side effects (Abnormal Returns)
  • How Markets Overcame Past Geopolitical Crises (Bloomberg View); see also What Could Possibly Ruin Traders’ Summer Vacations? (Wall Street Journal)
  • How Wells Fargo’s Troubles Went From Bad to Worse (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • As net neutrality dies, one man wants to make Verizon pay for its sins (the Verge)
  • The New Copycats: How Facebook Squashes Competition From Startups (Wall Street Journal)
  • Flywheel Effect: Why Positive Feedback Loops are a Meta-Competitive Advantage (Medium)
  • Fossil fuel subsidies are a staggering $5 trillion per year (the Guardian)
  • New Clues to Universe’s Structure Revealed (NASA)
  • Mighty, Cute: The Colorful History of the Best-Selling Porsche 911 (Bloomberg)

What are you reading?

Baby Boomers Who Won’t Sell Are Dominating the Housing Market

Source: Bloomberg

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