My easy like Sunday morning reads:
• The NFL’s Very Profitable Existential Crisis (Bloomberg)
• 3 Investments That May Have Hit Their Peak (New York Times)
• Investors Should Assume That They Are No Better Than Average (Behavioural Investment)
• Why we buy the things we buy (Vox)
• Open Letter to Times Op-ed Writer: Go Public Now, Before They Bust You (Daily Beast) see also Nobody’s Heroes: Bob Woodward’s New Book Presents Trump Staffers as Our Last Line of Defense. We’re Doomed. (Slate)
• A World With Fewer Babies Spells Economic Trouble (Bloomberg Businessweek)
• How to Win in Venture Capital: Focus on the Fat Tails (Noteworthy) see also Atoms and Bits (AVC)
• Amid nationwide strike, media access to prisons is limited (Columbia Journalism Review)
• Trump’s long history of lying about 9/11 and exploiting it for personal gain (Washington Post)
• The Dynasty That Never Was: Inside the Unraveling of the Seattle Seahawks (Sports Illustrated)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with David Nadig, managing director of ETF.com. Previously, he was director of ETFs at FactSet Research Systems. Nadig helped design some of the first ETFs at BGI, and as co-founder of Cerulli Associates, he conducted some of the earliest research on fee-only financial advisors and the rise of indexing.
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