Monday links: a silent killer

MarketsWhat does the stock market historically say about the Presidential election? ( investors refuse to say they are bullish. ( Facebook ($FB) advertiser boycott looks to go global. ( ($FB) should buckle up for continued pushback from advertisers. ( Facebook’s ($FB) business is less fragile than you think. ( Facebook ($FB) was unwilling to confront then candidate Trump in 2015. ( equity has money for new investments, less to support struggling, past investments. ( Shift Technologies to the list of companies going public via a reverse merger with a SPAC. ( Energy has filed for bankruptcy. ( capitalWhat will letting big banks invest do to the venture capital market? ( in on the state of venture capital-backed ‘unicorns’ in the midst of pandemic and a re-opened IPO window. ( Gilead ($GILD) plans to price remdisivir in the US. ( CanSino vaccine is getting rolled out for the Chinese military. ( are shunning currency in pandemic. ( are planning to allow for cashless wagering. ( six high frequency economic indicators stand. ( on Abnormal ReturnsAdviser links: client communications. ( you missed in our Sunday linkfest. ( everyone else was reading on the site last week. ( up for our weekly adviser-focused e-mail that goes on Fridays. Five links to make you think headed into the weekend. ( mediaThe stress of pandemic makes it feel harder to get things done. ( need to give yourself permission to slow down. ( you should give yourself a break in pandemic. (’t kill time. You don’t have a limited amount. (

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