10 Friday AM Reads

Welcome to July and 2H ! Quarters over, long weekend ahead, and I am outta here. But not before I leave you with these fine morning train reads:

• College-Educated Workers Now Dominate the Labor Market (Real Time Economics)
• 3 Ways to Make Money in the Markets (Wealth of Common Sense) see also The Grey Market Hypothesis (bps and pieces)
• Here’s What Financial Pundits Mean When They Say… (Bloomberg View)
• Apple Watch Is Already a $10 Billion Business (Above Avalon)
• After trading halt, Betterment suffers its own Brexit shock (Financial Planning)
• Don’t say you weren’t warned: As Britain Faces Uncertainty, Europeans Jockey for London’s Business (NYT) see also First the people, now business is voting to go (Telegraph)
• Google has a new tool that shows you how much it really knows about you (BGR)
• Could an independent or third-party candidate make a significant impact this presidential election—especially in Florida, the closest 2012 battleground state? (WSJ)
• Apps to make your Fourth of July travel a breeze (Washington Post)
• The Food Lab’s Definitive Guide to Grilled Steak (Serious Eatssee also How I grilled the best steaks I’ve ever eaten (BoingBoing)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Ross Buchmuller, former President of AIG Private Client Group and now founder and CEO of Pure Insurance.


Brexit: A costly decision
Source: The Economist

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