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Weekend Reads: Facebook, Tribalism, and the Search for Meaning

Why smart people do foolish things, the search for meaning, and the potential dangers of social media and smartphones are among the topics covered in Lauren Foster's latest Weekend Reads.

Weekend Reads for Investors: On the Road Edition

Risk intelligence, the importance of meditation for investment pros, and dynamical dark energy are just some of the topics covered in this week's Weekend Reads for Investors, curated by Jason Voss, CFA.

Weekend Reads: Information Security Hygiene

Will Ortel looks at why information security is so hard and outlines some steps you can take to make yourself safer in this week's edition of Weekend Reads.

Weekend Reads from India: Bharat 22, ETFs, and Maginot Lines

Passive investing in India, us vs. them behavioral traps, and the dangers of market timing are among the topics covered in the latest Weekend Reads from India, curated by Shreenivas Kunte, CFA.

Weekend Reads: Courage, Photography, and “History’s Lessons”

There are two words jousting in my mind: leadership and courage. I use "jousting" deliberately. Leadership and courage should go hand in hand, but more often than not, they compete against one another. And courage rarely wins out.

Weekend Reads: Resilience

Julia VanDeren has been thinking about resilience. Not just in the face of disaster, but in careers as well. In this edition of Weekend Reads, she shares two key components of resilience and some things you can do to become more resilient.

Weekend Reads: Summer of Storms

Across the globe, it has been a summer of storms, both real and figurative. Good luck tuning out the thunder. But Will Ortel has a suggestion for this weekend — a long one in the United States: Spend some time on the slower-moving tempests.

Weekend Reads from India: China, Capital Shifts, and Thucydides Traps

Led by China and the East, the world economy has changed at an unprecedented pace and scale. Shifts in the global pecking order could be even more significant by 2050. The 6th CFA China Investment Conference was an excellent opportunity to learn about some of the change drivers influencing investment opinion. Shreenivas Kunte, CFA, offers some observations and lessons from his two days in Beijing.



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