Sunday links: the great reflation

MarketsThree big themes for the rest of the year including a mutating virus. (blog.yardeni.com)Why didn’t the financial markets react more to political violence? (theatlantic.com)StrategyHow to invest in a bubble. (awealthofcommonsense.com)Jeff Miller, “Successful investors are realists not ideologues.” (dashofinsight.com)A nice review for Joachim Klement’s book “Seven Mistakes Every Investor Makes (And How to Avoid Them).” (valueandopportunity.com)CryptoThe government of Iran is blaming Bitcoin miners for electrical blackouts. (washingtonpost.com)MediaApple ($AAPL) has finally decided to get into the premium podcast business. (markets.businessinsider.com)Medium has purchased e-book company Glose. (theverge.com)Issues about content moderation are going to spread from Twitter ($TWTR) and Facebook ($FB). (onezero.medium.com)Freakonomics Radio is opening up it archive and produce new shows. (axios.com)PeletonPeople who ordered Peleton ($PTON) bikes are disappointed with extended delivery times. (nytimes.com)Why Joe Biden can’t bring his Peleton ($PTON) bike to the White House. (cnbc.com)CompaniesSnapchat ($SNAP) is paying content creators big bucks to compete with TikTok. (nytimes.com)Dating app provider Bumble has filed to go public. (news.crunchbase.com)For the first time ever DuckDuckGo had 100 million daily searches. (forbes.com)WikipediaWikipedia’s reputation, at age 20, has never been higher. (economist.com)Wikipedia editors are fighting over what to call what happened on January 6th. (fastcompany.com)PolicyBarry Ritholtz, “If a private company has bad actors on its platform hurting its business or reputation, they are free to de-platform them.” (ritholtz.com)Making the case that companies shouldn’t donate to any political candidate or party. (nytimes.com)Why a jump in the national minimum wage is on the table. (theatlantic.com)Many ethical norms were violated in the past four years. Why they may need to be codified into law. (nytimes.com)Why we need rank-ordered voting. (elidourado.com)EconomyA

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