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Best economic links of the web 2018

Best economic links of the web 2018

21-02-2018

Cool overview of painful predictions (although probably taken out of context at times)

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If you are looking for an investment manager, go long

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https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2018/02/daily-chart-13

The reason US stocks closed lower, yesterday: Walmart

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https://qz.com/1211687/walmart-sees-30-billion-in-market-cap-destroyed-by-amazon-fears/

And then, after much dataming, they spotted something that looked half decent…

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http://www.businessinsider.com/stock-market-credit-suisse-has-found-the-next-breaking-point-2018-2

Remarkable how late these posts are appearing…

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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-15/doesn-t-anyone-care-about-deficits-anymore

High but stable. Now make the same chart taking pension assets into account

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https://www.wsj.com/articles/household-debt-sees-quiet-boom-across-the-globe-1518969601

The rise of Amazon… as a lobbyist, that is

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https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2018-amazon-lobbying/

About Best economic links of the web

In my role as Head of the Global Allocations department at Robeco I see an awful lot of information, from charts to pictures, from the serious to the funny. A few years ago I thought it would be a neat idea to collect the pick of the crop and share them with a wider audience. This was driven by my enthusiasm about the industry and the often highly imaginative ways in which people share information. It seemed a shame to be at the receiving end of so much marvelous material only for it to be either filed or deleted at the end of the day.

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A complete overview of all previous editions of Best of the Web can be found here http://lukasdaalder.com/. All links provided are collected from public websites, unless otherwise specified. I have not checked the data or information for accuracy used, and therefore do not guarantee that all data provided will be 100% correct. The links provided do not necessarily reflect my personal opinion and should be seen as general interest: oftentimes I do not agree with arguments presented, but nevertheless think it is worthwhile to read them. It is up to the reader to make up their own mind. Suggestions or discussions are more than welcome. Do not quote unless specifically checked beforehand!

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