Superforecasting, Funerals and Black Art
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My welcome-to-summer morning train reads:
- The Legend of Nintendo (Bloomberg Businessweek)
- Does Apollo Need Investors? (Institutional Investor)
- Ten Ideas to Foster Long-Term Investing (Brandes Institute)
- Everything you know about Bitcoin is thanks to this Czech grandpa (Outline)
- Mistakes Were Made. (And, Yes, By Me.) (Jim O’Shaughnessy); see also Wall Street Looks to Superforecasting to Predict the Financial Future (Wall Street Journal)
- On Science Advancing One Funeral at a Time (ProMarket)
- What we lost when Craigslist shut down its personals section (Quartz)
- Apple Is Figuring Out What’s Next (Above Avalon); see also How Amazon Became One of Washington’s Most Powerful Players (Wall Street Journal)
- Weather Reporters Donned This Striped Pattern on Thursday for a Good Reason (Huffington Post)
- From boiling lead and black art: An essay on the history of mathematical typography (Practically Efficient)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Raife Giovinazzo of Fuller & Thaler Asset Management. Giovinazzo conducts research using applied behavioral finance to enhance investment processes at the firm. He studied under Daniel Kahneman and Richard Thaler, Nobel-winning pioneers of behavioral economics.
U.S. Equity Bull Run Is Second-Longest For Economic Expansions
Source: Capital Spectator
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