Wednesday links: risks not yet realized

MarketsLast week was the sixth busiest, by share volume, for US equities in history. ( record number of open call options, means a record amount of gamma. ( prices are on the rise. ( Wiggins, “Investors should make as few forecasts as possible and avoid at all costs making narrow, specific or short-term forecasts, where our success rate will be miserably low.” ( an investor you have to be willing to re-visit your own biases. ( M1 chip was a long time coming. ( the case for a 12-inch Macbook Air. ( Moren, “Apple’s tracking tags are probably the worst kept secret in the history of the company’s products…” ( the newly public Affirm ($AFRM) is growing so fast. ( the end of the Visa ($V)-Plaid deal. ( startup Compass has confidentially filed an S-1. ( funds increasingly have a technology bent. ( some REITs are stepping up their share buybacks. ( managementHedge funds are cleaning up on the SPAC trade. (’s AUM has surpassed $7 trillion. ( every emerging market index fund has been affected by U.S. orders on Chinese firms affiliated with the military. ( the Fed is ‘on autopilot’ for now. ( rebound in restaurant and hospitality jobs has gone into reverse. ( on Abnormal ReturnsPersonal finance links: avoiding major blunders. ( you missed in our Tuesday linkfest. ( links: the risky shift effect. (’t forget to put refinancing your mortgage on your radar screen for 2021. ( you a financial adviser looking for some out-of-the-box thinking? Then check out our weekly e-mail newsletter just for advisers.

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