10 Friday AM Reads

Live, from the Vatican, its our Friday 13th morning travel reads:

• Europe’s Ultra-Long Debt Trend Builds With 50-Year Spanish Bond (Bloomberg) see also We’ve run deficits in 84 of the last 115 years (Fool)
• Public pensions stick with hedge funds despite frustrations (Reuters)
• Bubble Indemnity (NYT) see also The Repudiation Phase of the Bubble (Reformed Broker)
• An Annual Article About Nothing (AQR)
•Art Collecting: Young money, old masters (FT)
• Silicon Valley’s Dumb Money (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• Is Your Asset Manager Telling the Truth? (Chief Investment Officer)
• A fight to protect ‘the most valuable real estate in space’ (Washington Post)
• The Fingerprint Lock on Your Phone Isn’t Cop-Proof (Bloomberg)
• There’s a secret term VCs use to insult some founders: ‘not blue flame enough’ (Business Insider)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Robert Frank, economics professor at Cornell, author of Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy.


Source: Marginal Revolution

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