10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon market sell off train reading:

• Soros’s biggest holding? A bearish call on the S&P 500 (MarketWatch) but see No Worries: Chart Watchers Unconcerned With S&P 500 (Moneybeat)
Huh? Bacterial evolution offers clues to tradeoffs in financial investments (Kurzweilai)
• America Can’t Afford Wall Street’s Terrible Investment Advice (Time)
• Market Valuation and Asset Allocation Decisions (Rick Ferri)
• The gray art of not quite insider trading (Fortune)
• What caused the recession of 1937-38? (Vox)
• The Rise and Fall of the Superstar (Moneybox)
• The Meanings of Appleiness (Asymco) see also iPhone Fingerprint Reader Talk Boosting Biometric Stocks (Bloomberg)
• The More You Multitask, the Worse You Get at It (Priceonomics)
• Reviewing the Movies: Audiences vs. Critics (Economix)

What are you reading?

 

China Policy Causes Yields to Diverge
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Source: WSJ

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