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December 10, 2018
Morningstar Runs the Numbers
Little Tax Pain for ETF Investors This Year
Marathon Moves Beyond Refining
Mid-60s Couple Exemplifies the Changing Face of Retirement
A Proven Team Runs This Undiscovered World Stock Fund
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U.K. Can Still Halt Brexit, Europe’s Top Court Rules
Theresa May Tried to Lead Britain to a Brexit Compromise. Was It Too Late?
How to Stop Apps From Tracking Your Location
How The Times Analyzed Location Tracking Companies
Carlos Ghosn, Formerly of Nissan, Is Indicted Over His Pay
Michael Cohen is an amazing banker
Thoughts for the weekend
When steel is more expensive, metal workers lose jobs
“Cryptoassets” are crashing again. Is it time to start calling them cryptoliabilities instead?
Reuters: Business News
Huawei CFO bail hearing to resume in Canada as Beijing piles pressure
Japan's top three telcos to shun Huawei, ZTE network equipment: Kyodo
Onset of recession may take longer than expected after yield curve inverts
Ghosn formally charged for financial misconduct, Nissan also indicted
Hitachi shares rise after report it is considering scrapping Britain nuclear project
News – Financial Post
Uber has filed preliminary papers for IPO: report
The Liberals are crowing about job creation, but beware the devil in the data
Canada gains 94,100 jobs and unemployment rate drops to record low
U.S.-China trade war distracting from talks with Canada on steel tariffs: Morneau
Next Bank of Canada rate hike won’t happen until March or April: TD
This Week’s Top Stories: Canadian Real Estate Didn’t Make A “Soft Landing,” and Credit Growth Problems Surface Across The Country
Canada’s Largest Real Estate Developer Declared A Soft Landing. They’re Wrong
Canada’s Money Supply Points To An Economic Slowdown Around The Corner
Greater Vancouver Real Estate Prices Go Negative For The First Time Since 2013
Toronto Real Estate Sees Fewest November Sales In 6 Years
How costly is Chinese IP theft?
Is the Fed holding down growth? (Just the opposite)
Zombie ideas that just won’t die
Is China a threat?
RealClearMarkets - Homepage
Even As Job Market Cools a Bit, Outlook Remains Stellar
Did Facebook Cause the Gilet Jaunes Riots in France?
Arresting Huawei Exec: Idiotic Way to Keep Chinese In Check
The Housing Boom Is Already Gigantic. How Long Can It Last?
Do You Hate Amazon? Just Try Living Without It
Value Investing World
13D Research - Medium
Has the “Everything Bubble” begun to deflate everything?
Why has the cost of college in the U.S. skyrocketed?
We were recently reminded of an old brain teaser.
Why decentralization could prove the most disruptive tech megatrend of the next decade.
“Who is the bogeyman this time? There are zombies out there.”
Bloomberg Radio's Dave Wilson
Low Volatility Across Markets Seen Hampering U.S. Stocks
Treasury-Bill Yields Make Them Alternative to U.S. Stocks
S&P 500 Seen Having Room to Rise After Yield Inversions
S&P 500 Rebound Through Year-End Has History on Its Side
U.S. Consumers’ Economic Optimism Fails to Spur Spending
The Investor's Field Guide
Maureen Chiquet – Leadership Through Hard Conversations – [Invest Like the Best, EP.113]
Hunter Walk – Building Picks and Shovels – [Invest Like the Best, EP.112]
Cliff Asness – The Past, The Present & Future of Quant [Invest Like the Best, EP.111]
Ryan Caldbeck – Quant in Private Markets – [Invest Like the Best, EP.110]
Howard Lindzon – Fintech and Trend Following – [Invest Like the Best, EP.109]
Stratechery by Ben Thompson
Aggregators and Jobs-to-be-Done
Antitrust, the App Store, and Apple
The Experience Economy
Apple’s Social Network
The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
Dr. Andrew Weil — Optimal Health, Plant Medicine, and More (#350)
LeBron James and His Top-Secret Trainer, Mike Mancias (#349)
Dave Elitch — How to Get Out of Your Own Way (#348)
Stan Grof, Lessons from ~4,500 LSD Sessions and Beyond (#347)
James Cameron and Suzy Amis Cameron — How to Think Big, Start Small, and Change the World (#346)
A Wealth of Common Sense
Good News & Bad News About Saving For College
Normal Accidents in the Stock Market
What’s Not Going to Change in Financial Services?
Animal Spirits Episode 58: The Sellers Are in Control
The 80-Hour Workweek
The Reformed Broker
This Week on TRB
Clips From Today’s Halftime Report
Avengers 4 trailer hits!
If / Then
Dr. Ed's Blog
Less Inflation Gives Fed Room to Pause
Analysts Still (Too) High on S&P 500 Earnings
Fed’s R-Star Is A Black Hole
Fed’s Restrictive Chatter Rattles Stocks
Trump’s Poison Pills for China
Optimistic Analysts vs Pessimistic Investors BLURB
Optimistic Analysts vs Pessimistic Investors
DIGITIMES: IT news from Asia
Component, material suppliers cautious about installation of 5G base stations in China
UnlimiterHear and Airoha to jointly develop Bluetooth chips with hearing protection technology
MLCC makers do not expect much from wireless charging sector in 2019
TSMC and UMC revenues down in November, VIS up
Semiconductor Moonshot Project in full swing to sharpen AI edge, says science ministry official
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Prices for Some Contracts Have Been Adjusted Downward Twice in 4Q18, Contract Prices of DRAM Products Would See Steeper Decline in 1Q19, Says TrendForce
Love, Happiness, and Time
Battling Entropy: Making Order of the Chaos in Our Lives
There’s Seldom Any Traffic on the High Road
Defensive Decision Making: What IS Best v. What LOOKS Best
What’s Staying the Same
Stories by Shane Parrish on Medium
The Kids Are Worth It: My Interview with Parenting Expert Barbara Coloroso
Upgrade Your Brain: 9 Mental Models that Help you Think Clearly
Pedro Domingos on The Origins of Human Knowledge
Patrick Collison on the Culture of Stripe and How to Hire
The Science of High Performance
Musings on Markets
Is there a signal in the noise? Yield Curves, Economic Growth and Stock Prices!
Investing Whiplash: Looking for Closure with Apple and Amazon!
The GE End Game: Bataan Death March or Turnaround Play?
An October Surprise? Making Sense of the Market Mayhem!
High and higher: The Money in Marijuana!