10 Wednesday PM Reads

My  afternoon train reads:

• Are We Witnessing a Melt-Up In Long-Term Bonds? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• Shale is to OPEC as the Apple II was to the IBM mainframe.  (BusinessWeek) see also The Oil Price Opportunity (Project Syndicate)
• What Investment Success Looks Like To Me (The Reformed Broker)
• Switzerland Fissures as Account Secrecy Loses Charm (Bloomberg)
• A black hole for our best and brightest: Wall Street is expanding, and the economy is worse off for it. (Washington Post)
• 122 Things Everyone Should Know About Investing and the Economy (Motley Fool)
• Will Millennials Save Us All? The lack of diversity in asset management is apparent beyond gender and race, writes columnist Angelo Calvello. (Chief Investment Officer)
• How Business Created Pensions to Thwart Unions (BloombergView)
• Festive Drinks for the Holidays Without a Lot of Alcohol (WSJ)
• The State of Consumer Technology at the End of 2014 (stratechery)

What are you reading?


Fed Likely to Stare Down Oil-Price Drop

Source: WSJ

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