10 Tuesday AM Reads

My blessedly IBM free morning train reads:

• The British origins of the US endowment model (VoxEU) see also Pension Funds Eye Reducing Hedge-Fund Investments (WSJ)
• Value Investors Hoarding Cash See Few Bargains After Rout (Bloomberg)
• This is Tim: Apple’s CEO answers the analysts (Sixcolors) see also iPhone 6 Recharges Apple’s Growth (WSJ)
• Don’t Over-Rely on Historical Data to Forecast Future Returns (AAII)
• Cautious optimism on the economy (WaPo) see also The Global Economy Is Beginning to Resemble 1982 (RCM)
• More Rules for Life and Trading (TraderFeed)
• Threats to Americans, ranked (by actual threat instead of media hype (Vox)
• Marc Andreessen, the Netscape Inventor Turned Silicon Valley Sage, on Why Optimism Is Always the Safest Bet (NY Mag)
• Map: what countries around the globe see as “the greatest threat in the world” (Vox)
• Not One Artist’s Album Has Gone Platinum In 2014 (Forbes)

What are you reading?

 

 

Most oil price spikes coincided with Middle East crises and often preceded or coincided with a US recession

Source: Chart of the Day

 

 

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