First of all, make sure you catch up with any Vintage Value Investing articles you might have missed this week!

What I’m reading this Easter weekend:


  • Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future (Ashlee Vance)


  • Warren Buffett’s 23 most brilliant insights (Yahoo Finance)
  • Warren Buffett on Booms, Bubbles, and Busts (The Motley Fool)
  • Russ Roberts and the Quest to Make Economics Interesting (Priceonomics)
  • The New Leucadia Is No Longer Lovable (WSJ)
  • The Biggest American Companies Now Owned by the Chinese (Fortune)
  • Why Donald Trump? A quest to figure out what’s happening in America (FiveThirtyEight)
  • The Market’s Response to Crisis (The Reformed Broker)
  • The Post-Crisis ‘Fed Effect’ for Stocks is Fading (Bloomberg Business)
  • Exclusive: China central bank to Fed: A little help, please? (Reuters)
  • Texas Is Still Booming, Despite the Oil Bust (Bloomberg Business)
  • Bill Ackman is acting a lot like he did the last time he blew up a hedge fund (Business Insider)
  • Is the Market Overvalued or are the Measuring Gauges Broken? (Advisor Perspectives)
  • Ray Dalio, head of the world’s largest hedge fund, explains his succession plan for Bridgewater and how its ‘radically transparent’ culture is misunderstood (Business Insider)
  • Remote, Controlled: How Vizio and Google radically reinvented the TV (The Verge)

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