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Month: September 2018

Worth Reading

Worth Reading

Worth Reading is a collection of interesting articles I found worthy of sharing with my readers.
Below you will find the title of the article and its author (hyperlinked) and a brief description or excerpt. Worth Reading is published on an ad hoc basis.

For Your Viewing Pleasure

For Your Viewing Pleasure

A picture is worth a thousand words. The notion being that a complex idea can be conveyed more effectively with a single image than a description. For Your Viewing Pleasure is a collection of charts that I found interesting enough to share with you. Each chart, or collection of charts, will include a brief introduction describing it.

Who Moved My Sector

Who Moved My Sector

Who Moved My Cheese? An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life is a motivational business fable. It features two mice (“Sniff” and “Scurry”) and two little people (“Hem” and “Haw”). The New York Times bestseller describes changes in one’s work and life—and typical reactions to those changes. This month, the Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS) undergoes its largest structural change ever. Over ten percent of the S&P 500 Index market cap will be reclassified. These changes will have a profound impact on investors, especially those who invest in products designed according to the GICS taxonomy.

Worth Reading

Worth Reading

Worth Reading is a collection of interesting articles I found worthy of sharing with my readers.
Below you will find the title of the article and its author (hyperlinked) and a brief description or excerpt. Worth Reading is published on an ad hoc basis.

For Your Viewing Pleasure

For Your Viewing Pleasure

A picture is worth a thousand words. The notion being that a complex idea can be conveyed more effectively with a single image than a description. For Your Viewing Pleasure is a collection of charts that I found interesting enough to share with you. Each chart, or collection of charts, will include a brief introduction describing it.