10 Sunday Reads

My Sunday morning reads:

• Growing Economy Doesn’t Guarantee Stock Gains (WSJ)
• Stock Market Corrections & Investment Media (The Idiot Tax)
• Solid Employment Report, Seasonal Retail Hiring at Record Level (Calculated Risk)
• Risk-return relationship has been upended: Increasing use of benchmarking distorts markets, study suggests (FT)
• Janet Yellen Can’t Say It, but the Republican Win Was Bad for Her (Businessweek)
• Can the stock market save millennials? ‘Depression babies’ must not run away from investing in stocks because it is their safest long-term bet, says Patrick O’Shaughnessy, the author of Millennial Money (The Guardian)
• How Hillary Clinton won the 2014 midterms (Yahoo)
• This billionaire thinks the Fed is missing the hyperinflation in the Hamptons (WonkBlog) see also Understanding and Overcoming America’s Plutocracy (HuffPo)
• Microsoft Changes Tack, Making Its Office Suite Free on Mobile (NY Times)
• 30 Years of Conservative Nonsense, An Explainer (Vanity Fair)

What is for brunch?



Why the Drop in Oil Prices Caught So Many by Surprise

Source: WSJ



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