10 Wednesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Condo builders fuel a land rush in Miami (WSJ) see also The Top Properties in Hong Kong Housing Resist Market Forces (NY Times)
• Financial savvy starts in childhood: Early financial lessons can determine how adults handle money (WSJ)
• Half of Workers Are on Track to Retire Well.  Here’s How to Join Them (Time) see also The Best 401(k)s: Retire at 60 From Conoco With $3.8 Million; Facebook Last (Bloomberg)
• Not Everyone Is Addicted to Inflation (The Upshot)
• GMO: “A Farmland Investment Primer” (Climateer Investing) see also How Do You Get a New Generation to Invest?  Ask This Harvard Guy (Fiscal Times)
• Senate Literary Critics Don’t Like Fictional Derivatives (Bloomberg View)
• When it comes to housing, maybe millennials aren’t so different after all (Real Time Economics) see also Millennials’ Political Views Don’t Make Any Sense (The Atlantic)
• What whatever happened to the deficit? (In the Loop)
• Codex Seraphinianus: History’s Most Bizarre and Beautiful Encyclopedia (Brain Pickings)
If Apple Products Were Their Own Companies, They’d Be as Big as… (Slate)

What are you reading?


New Lenders Enter Property Market and Think Small

Source: WSJ


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