Weekend Reading

The second time I've led with a DeLorean photo.

Some articles for your down time this weekend.  Don’t forget the Northeast Ohio PKD walk is this weekend!

  • Man clocked doing 88mph in DeLorean
  • Liz Ann Sonders – “The media, more than most, persistently look for a narrative to explain every daily move in the market. It’s rarely that simple.”
  • Why flush your money down your toilet when you can flush your money down the neighbors’ toilet?
  • Update on the Buffet-Hedge fund bet.  Crazy thing is that the collateral outperformed both parties.
  • A good takedown on end-of-the-world ads that run on AM radio by Larry Swedroe.
  • Morgan Housel with some perspective – “Being born in America in 1900 gave you a 79% chance of living for five years. Today, the five-year survival rate for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is 82%. So just being a kid 1900 was riskier than having lymphoma is today.”


Photo by Lummi Photography