I read quite a bit and always enjoy passing along links to thought-provoking, well-written, or humorous content on the web.
This past week was particularly diverse, including everything from World Cup 2014 to thoughts about the toxicity of sugar. Obviously, the usual links to investing and finance articles always apply.
- Soccer, Made in America (WSJ) by Matthew Futterman
- Wall Street Fights for Our Right to Pay 5% Fund Fees (Bloomberg) by Ben Steverman [h/t to Sheyna Steiner]
- How to Invest If You Can’t Outperform the Market (CFA Institute) by Lars Kroijer
- The case for treating sugar like a drug (Vox) by German Lopez [h/t to Lauren Foster]
- FiveThirtyEight’s World Cup Predictions (FiveThirtyEightSports) by Ritchie King, Allison McCann, and Matthew Conlen
- The Birdman’s Vengeful Ghost (Newsweek) by Flinder Boyd [h/t to a former colleague at EY]
- The Lose-Lose Tax Policy Driving Away U.S. Business (WSJ) by Michelle Hanlon
If you’ve read something particularly worthwhile recently, please let me know. I always enjoy perspectives from writers, authors, and academics who might be outside of my typical reading circle.