10 Tuesday AM Reads

My two-fer-Tuesday morning train reads:

• Wise investors should be playing the long game (Telegraph)
• Market crash statistics (Statistical Ideassee also The Known Unknowns (Irrelevant Investor)
• The worst idea in the presidential debate: a return to the gold standard (LA Times)
• Deleted: FINRA Erases Many Broker Disciplinary Records (Financial Planning)
• Byron Wien Announces Predictions for Ten Surprises for 2016 (Blackstonesee also Masters in Business podcast: Byron Wien (Bloomberg View)

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    • willid3 commented on Jan 5

      so self regulation fails again?

      Who knew that business cant regulate it self?

  1. howardoark commented on Jan 5

    I like today’s quote:

    “I do not care about the output of your cognitive biases, I am disinterested in the myths you cherish, I care little for the mass media rumors that influence you, or the heuristics you believe in. I especially detest the unsupported, commonly believed narratives that you constantly use in the artificial construct you erroneously call ‘reality’.” -Barry Ritholtz

    I think it’s a more appropriate greeting for the comments section (since the types of comments listed in the greeting don’t often get through moderation anyway).

    • Jojo commented on Jan 5

      Had the mercury fillings removed many years ago. I keep hearing that medical science is not far from making teeth regenerate. That will solve the mercury problem once and for all.

      Seems EVERYTHING you put in your body always seems to wind up leeching! Not even sure if it is safe to eat any longer, even organic. Sheeze.

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