As Casey tweeted yesterday “A sign of a good fiction book is if you can’t put it down. A sign of a good non-fiction book is if you put it down a lot. Funny how that works”. He is so right, and I think it’s an important reminder that while there is an unlimited amount of content out there, it’ll be beneficial to every once in a while put down the non-fiction and let your mind wander into a good fiction book. Just something to keep in mind!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Mini-Golf, Anyone?’ – Richard Quinn – Humble Dollar
‘Why the Best Predictor of Future Stock Market Returns is Useless’ – Nick Maggiulli – Of Dollars and Data
‘Quant Investor Cliff Asness Hasn’t Smashed His Screen This Year – Yet’ – Erik Schatzker – Bloomberg
‘Checking in on Bond Market Losses’ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
‘Should We Have Foreseen This Bull Market?’ – John Rekenthaler – Morningstar