Every morning, we run The Narrative Machine on the past 24 hours worth of financial media to find the most on-narrative (i.e. interconnected and central) stories in financial media. It’s not a list of best articles or articles we think are most interesting … often far from it.
But for whatever reason these are articles that are representative of some sort of chord that has been struck in Narrative-world.
The self-dealing and shadow economy of prestige academia will all be Common Knowledge before this is all over, and it will rock our society more than any revelation of the self-dealing and shadow economy of Wall Street.
Cboe to Launch Suite of Derivatives-Based Strategy Benchmark and Volatility Indexes Based on MSCI Emerging Markets and EAFE Indexes [Press Release]
Welcome to the Hollow Market. JFC.
If you think this is just a Sanders/Warren thing, or if you think it’s just a Google/Facebook thing, you’re wrong. This is a Zeitgeist thing.
No One Is Afraid of Slowing Growth at Momo [Fox Business]
It’s the triple play of Raccoon financial media!
Fox Business “places content” from Motley Fool.
Motley Fool writes a puff piece on a Chinese “social video and online dating specialist” company called Momo (you can’t make this shit up).
But since a Chinese social video and online dating specialist called Momo just isn’t momentum-y enough, “investing geniuses” David and Tom Gardner want to sell you the 10 stocks that are – hard as this may be to believe – even better buys than Momo.
Welcome back, carried interest [Politico]
I’m just surprised capital gains treatment of carried interest has lasted this long.
China Puts Margin Financing Under Scrutiny As Stock Market Froth Evokes Memories Of 2015 Rout [The Street]
My new favorite euphemism! Now if you’ll excuse me, I must go deeply reflect on my Juicero investment.
Will The ‘Fed Put’ Work On The Next Go-Around? [Seeking Alpha]