10 Memorial Day Reads

My ManhattanHenge train plane reads:

• Thaler: When Congress cut TSA’s agency budget last year, long lines appeared this year (NYT)
• Wall Street’s New Balance Sheet Is an ETF (Gadfly)
• Corporate America Chases the Mythical Millennial (NYT Mag)
• Gold: The History of An Obsession (Irrelevant Investor)
• Higher Taxes Don’t Scare Millionaires Into Fleeing Their Homes After All (Bloomberg)
• 2005: The new money men: Investors have made a trillion-dollar bet that hedge funds will bring them rich returns. But will they? (The Economist) see also Hedge Fund Investing (Journal of Accountancy)
• A First Look at America’s Supergun: Railgun projectile being adapted for use in conventional weapons (WSJ)
• Garden Bridge v Pier 55: why do New York and London think so differently? (The Guardian)
• Has a Hungarian Physics Lab Found a Fifth Force of Nature? (Scientific American)
• Clinton Is Still the Favorite (WSJ)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Burton Malkiel, author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street and professor at Princeton.

 

 

US Net Government Investment (1969-2014)

Source: Quartz

 

 

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