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But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. -Matthew 6:20

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My Top 10 Thursday AM Reads:

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  1. A blowout ADP private payrolls report gives bullish wave in the market
  2. Market’s Correction-Free Run Tops 1,000 Days
  3. What’s a Hedge Fund Manager to Do?
  4. How to Bet on the Price of Water
  5. Housing: Small Economic Sector With a Big Impact
  6. The Re-Explosion of U.S. House Prices Is Over
  7. Americans Think We Have the World’s Best Colleges. We Don’t. 
  8. Google Is About To Take Over Your Whole Life, And You Won’t Even Notice
  9. What if the S&P 500 never pulls back?
  10. ETF volume spikes have no predictive power over future price direction

My Top 10 Wednesday AM Reads:

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  1. Sleep as a Competitive Advantage
  2. The Japanese Government’s Bet Against Tesla 
  3. Why Are the Super-Rich So Angry?
  4. The Pitchforks Are Coming … For Us Plutocrats 
  5. Everything Wrong With Investor Behavior in One Article 
  6. Active Management Is Alive and Kicking
  7. Many bond-fund managers are worrying that their 2014 gains are too good to last
  8. Hedge fund correlation to stock market highest
  9. M&A explodes in the first half of 2014 – $1.77 trillion in deals announced year-to-date! 
  10. Performance of Value During Market Drawdowns

My Top 10 Tuesday AM Reads:

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  1. ‘Smart Beta’ Investing Lets the Yardstick Pick the Stocks
  2. Companies Hold Back As Investors Clamor For Cash to be Spent
  3. Stocks’ Biggest Gains Are an Inside Job
  4. Huge Returns at Low Risk? Not So Fast
  5. I’m Shocked, Shocked, to Find Us in a Low Vol Environment
  6. There are three groups of investors. Which one do you belong to?
  7. Millennials define career success as control over things like who they work with and what projects they’re working on
  8. The Fed’s been wrong on its GDP forecasts for sixteen quarters straight now – and this last one was a 6 percentage point miss, which is hilarious
  9. How an MBA Could Have Saved Snapchat’s Founder From Himself
  10. The Dubai Market Dropped 25 Percent. It’s Still Overvalued

My Top 10 Monday AM Reads:

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  1. From Alpha to Beta: A Long/Short Story
  2. For Stocks, Good News Beyond GDP
  3. Boehner’s attack on Obama’s executive orders ignores presidentiTime to Officially Stick a Fork in That 1929 Chartal history
  4. Toyota’s answer to Tesla is this $70,000 fuel-cell car
  5. Stiglitz: Inequality Is Not Inevitable
  6. Does Inherited Wealth Really Help the Economy?  A reply to Greg Mankiw
  7. How Inherited Wealth Helps The Economy
  8. Time to Officially Stick a Fork in That 1929 Chart
  9. Generational planning: Why advisors need to prepare
  10. Demographics: Prime and Near-Prime Population and Labor Force

 

 

My Top 10 Sunday AM Reads:

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  1. At Iraq’s Largest Oil Refinery, Siege Nears A Complicated Conclusion
  2. Why Government Pension Funds Became Addicted to Risk
  3. Supreme Court rebukes Obama on recess appointments
  4. ‘Dark Pools’ Face New SEC Probe
  5. Dark Pools Take Larger Share of Trades Amid SEC Scrutiny
  6. Achieving Greater Long-Term Wealth Through Index Funds (AAII)
  7. 5 Reasons Why Excessively Low Rates May be Harmful to the Economy
  8. Ruling Risks New Argentine Default as Monday Deadline Approaches
  9. Top Shiite Cleric Tells Iraq Leaders to Pick New Premier
  10. Li Ka-Shing Says Widening Inequality Keeping Him Awake at Night

My Top 10 Saturday AM Reads:

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  1. Emerging Markets Show Biggest Premium Since ’12 With ETFs
  2. Calm Ain’t Bad, Necessarily
  3. Some Misconceptions
  4. Narrative Fallacy
  5. The State of the Nation’s Housing
  6. The Race to Dominate Digital Health Heats Up
  7. Single Variable Market Analysis is for Losers
  8. Big asset managers and other brokerage firms are giving the Heisman to Barclays and re-routing trades elsewhere
  9. Twitter goes nuts on huge Barclays upgrade
  10. Where have all the traders gone? Three factors behind the extraordinary drop-off in equity volume.