10 Tuesday PM Reads

Afternoon delight:

• Lloyd Blankfein on the future of Goldman Sachs (Quartz)
• Mixed Signals in a Corporate Felon’s Punishment (DealBook)
• Risk appetite leaves gold in the cold. (WSJ)
• Consumer buying power and volatility likely to rise, but backdrop is positive. (Fidelity)
• U.S. Ambassador to Chinese Investors: America Wants Your Business (Real Time Economics)
• The Net Neutrality Wake-up Call (stratechery) see also Steve Wozniak to the FCC: Keep the Internet Free (The Atlantic)
• 9 Simple Statements That Will Make You Think Differently About the World (Motley Fool)
• Contrary To Popular Belief, The World Has Manhattan All Wrong (Miller Samuel)
• Good Poker Players Aren’t Lucky (Bloomberg View)
• Here are the finalists of Pornhub’s SFW advertising competition (DailyDot)

What are you reading?

It’s a good time to globalize your stock portfolio

Source: WSJ


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