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What We’re Reading: September 8

8 September, 2014 by Ben O'Brien in Commentary, What We're Reading

Quote of the Day: 

“For investors, emotions can be contagious. With U.S. stocks near record highs and European bourses sizzling, now is the time to immunize yourself against the risk that a sudden selloff will infect the markets—and you—with panic. … So try to socialize—in the real world and in online social media—only with investors who are calm and methodical. After all, whatever your peers pay attention to, you will also concentrate on—so following more-sensible people will help inoculate you against panic.”

–Jason Zweig, The Intelligent Investor

 

Monday Links: 

Stocks Open Lower (WSJ)

Schedule of Economic Events for the Week (Calculated Risk)

Why Boeing Shares Could Take Off Again (Barron’s)

The Share-Buyback Bounce (Barron’s)

How Apple Can Make Mobile Wallets Actually Work (Businessweek)

What is Alibaba (The Big Picture)

How Everything We Tell Ourselves About How Busy We Are is a Lie (Fast Company)

Why You Should Re-balance Your Portfolio (WSJ)

The Week’s Nine Most Important Economic Charts (Quartz)

The Eagles Score the First “Fat-Guy Touchdown” of the Season (SB Nation)

 

Chart of the Day: 

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Source: Quartz