10 Wednesday AM Reads

My afternoon, pre-Turkey Day reading:

• Who’s good at forecasts? (nobody) (Economist)
• The Warren Buffett Wannabe Index (Barron’s)
• Mr. Market’s Asset Allocation Is Still Tough To Beat (Capital Spectator)
• Japan to spend about 1 trillion yen on public works for stimulus (Reuters)
• Trading in Gold: The Secretive Dealings of One of the World’s Richest Industries (Vanity Fair)
• Pope Francis has a few thoughts about the global economy. We added these 13 charts. (Washington Post)
• 8 Subconscious Mistakes Our Brains Make Every Day–And How To Avoid Them (Fast Company)
• GoldieBlox picks an unfair fight with the Beastie Boys (Columbia Journalism Review) see also GoldieBlox, fair use, and the cult of disruption (Felix Salmon)
• 2013 Winners – Information is Beautiful Awards (Information Is Beautiful)
• Here Are Your Holiday Airline Travel Tips … From the Hulk (Wired)

Travel Safe!

 

 

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