Monday links: breaking a sweatPost author:Orasio ReviewsPost published:July 28, 2021Post category:FinancePost comments:0 CommentsTable of Contents RatesInvestingCrypto GlobalDelta variantEconomy Earlier on Abnormal ReturnsMixed mediaRatesWhy inflation doesn’t seem to matter to the bond markets. (theirrelevantinvestor.com)30-year mortgage rates make room for another wave of refinancings. (axios.com)InvestingHow to build an investing career based on writing good stuff. (thereformedbroker.com)15 books for financial professionals including “Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts” by Annie Duke. (money.usnews.com)Crypto Binance and FTX have reduced the amount of leverage. (nytimes.com)A tax quirk about cryptocurrencies: wash-sale rules don’t apply. (cnbc.com)On the performance of digital asset ETFs. (insights.factorresearch.com)GlobalChinese regulators have cracked down on private tutoring companies. (nytimes.com)Brazil’s economy has stagnated as manufacturing struggles. (ft.com)The bull and bear case for Pinduoduo ($PDD). (notboring.co)Delta variantMore companies are pushing back their reopening due to the Delta variant. (axios.com)You don’t need new lockdowns for the Delta variant to hurt the economy. (bloomberg.com)How the Delta variant it going to tamp down on the U.S. economy. (newyorker.com)The U.S. is likely still a couple months away from the Delta peak. (nymag.com)Economy The Fed is coming under increasing pressure to stop buying mortgage bonds. (politico.com)Housing inventory is on the rise. (calculatedriskblog.com)A hot housing market means sellers are doing some weird stuff. (nytimes.com)Earlier on Abnormal ReturnsAdviser links: a loss of control. (abnormalreturns.com)What you missed in our Sunday linkfest. (abnormalreturns.com)The most-read items you missed last week on the site. (abnormalreturns.com)Are you a financial adviser looking for some out-of-the-box thinking? Then check out our weekly e-mail newsletter. (newsletter.abnormalreturns.com)Mixed mediaFinancial incentives are not inducing a lot of remote workers to move. (theatlantic.com)On the margin, banks are having a harder time recruiting new grads. (nytimes.com)Tech workers miss their free food and booze. (protocol.com)Be informedWe would email you of new and promising cryptocurrency projects, legit investments etc. once a weekNameNameEmailEnter your email addressSign Me Up You Might Also Like Coronavirus links: empty gas tanks January 24, 2021 Wednesday links: unredictable timeframes July 28, 2021 Research links: unlocking knowledge July 28, 2021Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.