10 Monday AM Reads

My back to work, Autumn Equinox morning train reads: • Arthur Cashin, wise to the ways of Wall Street (Washington Post) • Get a Grip....

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New Zealand v England: first Twenty20 international – live!

Updates from the first match of the T20 seriesMorgan puts his faith in rookies for opening matchGet in touch with Adam via email...

4 powerful HubSpot case studies of real-world inbound success

HubSpot makes a lot of promises as a powerful marketing automation platform that can deliver results and help you generate more revenue.  But...

What We Can Learn From the Near-Death of the Banana

The banana has been the subject of Andy Warhol’s cover art for the Velvet Underground’s debut album, can arguably be the most devastating...

Early Retirement Extreme: The ten-year update

Today, I'm pleased to present a guest article from one of my favorite money bloggers of all time: Jacob Lund Fisker. Fisker founded...

BBRG: Passive Investing Hasn’t Taken Over the World

Passive Investing Hasn’t Taken Over the World Ignore the hype. Actively managed money dwarfs the assets in low-cost index funds. Bloomberg, October 1, 2019         The...

Wall Street Week Ahead for the trading week beginning October 7th, 2019

Good Saturday morning to all of you here on r/stocks. I hope everyone on this sub made out pretty nicely in...

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Premiere of The Forum (Davos)

I attended the premiere of The Forum last night and got to meet those “elite” they spin such conspiracy theories about. Putin will...

Pay attention to what people are not talking about, by Scott Sumner

The Treasury Department just released the budget figures for fiscal 2019, and they are mind-boggling: Revenues increased by 4%, roughly in line with nominal...

A little-known agency that is supposed to protect workers is instead eroding workers’ basic...

Donald Trump ran for president promising to uplift workers. But his actions have done the exact opposite. According to a new EPI report, Trump...

Links – Catching Up (Part 1)

No, We Don’t “Need” a Recession - J. Bradford DeLong I recently received an email from my friend Mark Thoma of the University...

The Myth of "Planned Obsolescence"

The Free Market 26, no. 2 (February 2005) John Kenneth Galbraith, that insufferable puritan, wrote an odd book in 1958 called The Affluent Society,...