Still working on that video card – would you buy one? Think of it: nostalgia at early 90s quality graphics! Who needs more than 256 colors?
Anyway, here’s the awesome links we read this week!
Links We Liked!
- Financial Uproar discusses an under-discussed aspect of retirement planning – your mental facilities when it comes to managing your finances in retirement.
- Ever wonder what order spoofing looks like in US Markets? Here’s some data behind HTG Capital Partner’s case over at Bloomberg. The market in question is the US Treasury Futures market.
- It isn’t just Millennials moving in with their parents, you know…
- Political Calculations does the math on (okay, idealized non rotating) shade balls preventing evaporation in LA reservoirs.
- It’s been 118 months since the last major hurricane hit the United States… A Wealth of Common Sense discusses amnesia with negative market events.
- Even though the US exports only roughly $160 billion a year to China, Vix and More polled readers and found Chinese volatility tops the list of market concerns amongst readers with another 1/10th of readers concerned about a possible real estate/stock bubble.
- At Save. Spend. Splurge., an awesome graph of how SSS spent a recent week – although some days it looks like she only ate once!
- During the great Chinese bull market of the recent past many companies invested instead of concentrating on their core competencies. Here’s some of the fallout.
- I’ve read anecdotes of people in Seattle and Portland being mad that folks from the Bay Area are moving in and “driving up real estate prices”. Here’s some proof that the negative feelings might be common.