10 Wednesday AM Reads

Hand curated, dry aged, lovingly selected: Our mid-week morning train reads:

• Robo Advisors Take On Wall Street: Technology is transforming the insular world of financial advice. That’s good news for investors. (Barron’s)
• Can your investment portfolio survive rising interest rates? (Fortunesee also How Should Investors Prepare for Rising Rates? (Irrelevant Investor)
• Predictions and Prognostications: “It is exceedingly difficult to make predictions, particularly about the future” (Alpha Capturesee also The Courage of Outrageous Predictions (Phil Pearlman)
• GoDaddy Isn’t the Company You Think It Is (Wired)
• “What’s one thing you’ve learned at Harvard Business School that blew your mind?” (Medium)

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  1. hue commented on May 27

    If shipping schedules are correct, a tidal wave of oil is coming. Iraq is about to flood the market http://bloom.bg/1ExtNAB

    What to Learn in College to Stay One Step Ahead of Computers http://nyti.ms/1FYNYPj

    Comcast, investor in Vox Media and Recode, could end up buying them both (qz http://bit.ly/1J1s3az) new boss same as old boss

    • willid3 commented on May 27

      and our food supply. cause a lot of our food production depends on them doing their part. but lets not fix it

  2. Jojo commented on May 27

    Too funny! Do you want the people avoidance option or not?
    Self-parking Volvo ploughs into journalists after owner neglects to pay for extra feature that stops cars crashing into people
    The video has horrified many — but it’s not clear that anything actually went wrong

    Andrew Griffin
    Wednesday, 27 May 2015

    A video showing a car attempting to park but actually plowing into journalists might have resulted from the Volvo’s owner not paying an extra fee to have the car avoid pedestrians.

    The video, taken in the Dominican Republic, shows a Volvo XC60 reversing itself, waiting, and then driving back into pedestrians at speed. The horrifying pictures went viral and were presumed to have resulted from a malfunction with the car — but the car might not have had the ability to recognise a human at all.

    The accident may have happened because owners have to pay for a special feature known as “pedestrian detection functionality”, which costs extra.


    • willid3 commented on May 27

      this sort of like letting customers decide to eat where the employees dont have to wash their hands. wonder how that will work out for business

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