10 Thursday AM Reads

My morning train vacation reads:

• How remain failed: the inside story of a doomed campaign (The Guardian) see also Did economists fail us over Brexit? (FT)
• Five bricks in the wall of worry (Macro Man)
• Take a Simple Idea and Take It Seriously (Motley Fool)
• Why Some Economists See Faster Wage Growth Around the Corner (Moneybeat)
• As U.S. Homes Grow, Lawns Are Shrinking (City Lab) see also The Shrinking of the American Lawn (The Atlantic)
• I’m a millennial and my generation sucks (NYPost)
• What Is Loss Aversion? (Scientific American)
• Seven very bad omens for the Rio Olympics (PRI)
• Consummate Hitter Ichiro Suzuki Comes in Contact With an Irrefutable Number (NYT)
• Everything You Need To Know About Britain’s Scathing Iraq Inquiry (Digg) see also Iraq: The World Capital of Terrorism (The Atlantic)

What are you reading?


Pension Funds Pile on Risk Just to Get a Reasonable Return

Source: WSJ


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