Below you will find the articles on economics, investing, and finance that we found most interesting for the week.
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Tren Griffen shares a dozen things he learned from investment star Peter Lynch.
Silicon Valley raids university campuses for Artificial Intelligence (AI) professors.
If hedge funds can’t beat stocks, at least they can beat bonds.
The Boston Globe doesn’t think the new strategy of shorting drug companies (many are based in Boston it should be noted) and challenging their patents will work.
There is an Uber for everything now (massages, drinks, valet parking, etc.). The Wall Street Journal says most of them actually work too.
Fed chairwoman, Janet Yellen, says stock prices are high on an absolute basis, but not relative to the paltry income on bonds.
Africa’s budding pension funds invest in infrastructure.
Global food companies face increased risks from water shortages.