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

What I’m reading to entertain me until Super Bowl 50 on Sunday.



  • Super Bowl by the Numbers: How Much Americans Eat, Drink (WSJ)
  • Vernon Davis Is Going to the Super Bowl, But Should He Go in Your Portfolio? (WSJ)
  • Latest Workers to Face Pension Woes: NFL Players (WSJ)
  • A Renewables Revolution Is Toppling the Dominance of Fossil Fuels in U.S. Power (Bloomberg Business)
  • Who Owns the Sun? Warren Buffett vs. Elon Musk (Bloomberg Business)
  • Big Oil Opts for Payouts Over Debt Rating (WSJ)
  • Tracing Oil’s Hypnosis of Stocks From Wealth Funds to Junk (Bloomberg Business)
  • Why European Banks Keep Getting Clobbered (WSJ)
  • 5 Bank Bargains To Buy Now (Forbes)
  • Citi: “We Should All Fear Oilmageddon” (Bloomberg Business)
  • What to expect in 2016? Vanguard’s CEO and investment chief share their views (Vanguard)
  • Now is the Time for Value to Outperform Growth (Advisor Perspectives)
  • Warren Buffett made money by buying into fear; what about you? (The Economic Times)
  • Terrorism, Migrants, and Crippling Debt: Is This the End of Europe? (Vanity Fair News)
  • The Secretive Hedge Fund That’s Generating Huge Profits for Yale (Bloomberg Business)
  • The 5 Things IBM Needs to Do to Win at AI (HBR)
  • Is Apple losing its touch? Don’t count on it (The Telegraph)
  • Warren Buffett plans to webcast annual meeting (CNBC)