I read quite a bit and always enjoy passing along links to thought-provoking, well-written, or humorous content on the web.
Lately, we’ve been seeing a lot of astronomic valuations of software and tech companies. Google, however, may have found itself a bargain. Also, is mankind out of good ideas? A couple professors at Northwestern debate.
Obviously, the usual links to investing and finance articles always apply.
- Amid Stratospheric Valuations, Google Unearths a Deal With Skybox (WSJ) by Christopher Mims
- Has indexing gotten too big? (Vanguard) by Chris Philips [h/t to Jason Zweig]
- Economists Debate: Has All the Important Stuff Already Been Invented? (WSJ) by Timothy Aeppel
- North Dakota Pumps 1 Million Barrels of Oil a Day (Associated Press) by Josh Wood [h/t to Dan Pink]
- Top 10 facts on Kershaw’s no-hitter (ESPN)
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.