Monday links: a silent killer

MarketsWhat does the stock market historically say about the Presidential election? (thereformedbroker.com)Individual investors refuse to say they are bullish. (sentimentrader.com)FacebookThe Facebook ($FB) advertiser boycott looks to go global. (reuters.com)Facebook ($FB) should buckle up for continued pushback from advertisers. (thereformedbroker.com)Why Facebook’s ($FB) business is less fragile than you think. (stratechery.com)Why Facebook ($FB) was unwilling to confront then candidate Trump in 2015. (washingtonpost.com)FinancePrivate equity has money for new investments, less to support struggling, past investments. (wsj.com)Add Shift Technologies to the list of companies going public via a reverse merger with a SPAC. (news.crunchbase.com)Chesapeake Energy has filed for bankruptcy. (washingtonpost.com)Venture capitalWhat will letting big banks invest do to the venture capital market? (howardlindzon.com)Checking in on the state of venture capital-backed ‘unicorns’ in the midst of pandemic and a re-opened IPO window. (news.crunchbase.com)Covid-19How Gilead ($GILD) plans to price remdisivir in the US. (statnews.com)This CanSino vaccine is getting rolled out for the Chinese military. (reuters.com)CashAmericans are shunning currency in pandemic. (axios.com)Casinos are planning to allow for cashless wagering. (wsj.com)EconomyWhere six high frequency economic indicators stand. (calculatedriskblog.com)Earlier on Abnormal ReturnsAdviser links: client communications. (abnormalreturns.com)What you missed in our Sunday linkfest. (abnormalreturns.com)What everyone else was reading on the site last week. (abnormalreturns.com)Sign up for our weekly adviser-focused e-mail that goes on Fridays. Five links to make you think headed into the weekend. (newsletter.abnormalreturns.com)Mixed mediaThe stress of pandemic makes it feel harder to get things done. (fastcompany.com)You need to give yourself permission to slow down. (allaboutyourbenjamins.com)Why you should give yourself a break in pandemic. (hbr.org)Don’t kill time. You don’t have a limited amount. (perell.com)

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