What We Are Reading: September 2015

Interesting Thoughts from Markets and Finance

Article: "The Market Hasn't Even Begun to Panic"
Historical context for the upswing of volatility and increased trading volume.

Article: "China Just Killed the World's Biggest Stock Index Futures Market"
It is yet to be seen if China can find the balance between managed and free markets.

Article: "Are Exchange Traded Funds Dumbing Down Markets"
Interesting new research from Stanford University regarding exchange traded funds.

Article: "Fundamentals are Only Half the Story"
Earnings are a major driver in stock prices but make up only half of the P/E equation.

Articles: "Cognitive Biases the Affect Decisions"
Recognizing cognitive biases is an important step to making better business decisions.

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