Madness, Mistakes and Momentum
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My midweek morning train reads:
- Mark Zuckerberg has bigger plans than the White House (Vice)
- Anger is temporary madness: the Stoics knew how to curb it (Aeon)
- Never Walk By a Mistake (Art of Manliness)
- Momentum Investing Has a Place in Portfolios (Bloomberg View)
- Swedroe: Why Do Hedge Funds Exist? (ETF.com)
- Why the Government Goes Easy on Corporate Crime (New Republic)
- The Deep Unfairness of America’s All-Volunteer Force (American Conservative)
- Companies Must Use AI -- or Else (Wall Street Journal)
- Small Montana firm lands Puerto Rico’s biggest contract to get the power back on (Washington Post); see also How a Tiny Energy Company Got a $300 Million Contract to Fix Puerto Rico (Inverse)
- Books that your fund managers read (Live Mint)
What are you reading?
BlackRock’s Weird Wish: ETF Rules That Help the Competition
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