10 Wednesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads :

• Hold off on America’s house party. (WSJ) see also Real estate’s rise calls for inspection. (WSJ)
• Don’t Shortchange Short Sellers (Bloomberg View)
• Is the Yale Model Past It? (Above the Market) see also Lessons from Yale’s Endowment Model and the Financial Crisis (Advisor Perspectives)
• A Portfolio Is Not a Plan (Reformed Broker)
Jeff Miller: Here is how you should think about inflation (Dash of Insight)
• Bond Market Has $900 Billion Mom-and-Pop Problem When Rates Rise (Bloomberg)
• A Hunt to Find the Next Generation of Financial Planners (DealBook)
• Google’s New Domain Service Is Basically GoDaddy With Better Rates and Less Sleaze (Slate) see also (Google Domains)
• The Supreme Court Spanked the Obama Administration on Emissions Without Really Changing Anything (Slate)
• Sting: Why my children will not be inheriting my £180m fortune (Daily Mail)

What are you reading?



Final Revision for Q1 GDP Shows 2.9% Contraction
Source: WSJ

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