10 Tuesday AM Reads

Last week’s strong markets seemed to have made everyone forget all the things they should not have been obsessing about in the first place. Guess that means October is almost over. And reads:

• Treasury Liquidity Squeezed as Dealers Shut Off Machines (Bloomberg)
• Porsche: The Hedge Fund that Also Made Cars (Priceonomics)
• Could a Four-Year-Old Do What Carl Icahn Does? (HBR)
• Find a financial adviser who will put your interests first (Washington Post)
• Europe must act now to avoid ‘lost decade’ (FT) see also U.S. Gains From Good Deflation as Europe Faces the Bad Kind (Bloomberg)
• 7 mental biases that could impact how you invest (The Week)
• American car buyers, for the most part, don’t seem to have memory of gas prices two, three or six months ago (NPR)
• Vote all you want. The secret government won’t change. (Boston Globe)
• The little-known federal program that could speed up an Ebola cure (Washington Post)
• The ugly afterlife of crowdfunding projects that never ship and never end (Ars Technica)

What are you reading?


Who Owns Stocks? It’s Not Just the Rich
Source: Real Time Economics


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