10 Thursday Reads

My AM reads:

• Four Numbers That Explain Why Facebook Acquired WhatsApp (Sequoia Capital)
• Worsening U.S. Divorce Rate Points to Improving Economy  (Bloomberg)
• Municipal bonds boosted by tax breaks (FT.com)
• Investing’s Biggest Irony: Everyone Thinks They’re a Contrarian (Motley Fool)
• The U.S. Economy Might Be Doomed—But the Stock Market Isn’t (The Atlantic)
• Smart Beta And Tourist Investors (Rick Ferri)
• Which macroeconomists missed the Global Financial Collapse and when did they miss it (FT Alphaville) see also Is macro doomed to always fight the last war? (Noahpinion)
• You’re not going to read this (The Verge)
• The Rise (and Rise and Rise) of the 0.01 Percent in America (The Atlantic) see also San Francisco’s Class War, By the Numbers (Medium)
• Israel Desalination Shows California Not to Fear Drought (Bloomberg)

What’s new?


Chinese Stocks Are Once Again Testing Resistance

Source: Chart of the Day


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