Saturday, November 24, 2018

Your weekend Edge:
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Too busy during the week? Catch up with last week's readings:


A tale of two film companies - Why Kodak died and Fujifilm thrived (Link)

How the American consumer got addicted to choice (Link)

This year Lunchables turn 30.  Some things don’t change, such as selling convenience to parents and fun to kids. (Link)


20 Americans die each day waiting for organs. Can pigs save them? $(Link)


Some good news to start the weekend - five economic reasons to be thankful (Link)

A short story about what happened to the U.S. economy since the end of World War II (Link)

Why the housing markets is struggling to keep pace with the booming economy $(Link)

How American household finances are changing (Link)

Well regarded venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz’s presentation about the future -
some interesting insights into sectors to avoid (Link)


What investors want - an infographic explaining what investors want from advisers
and why they invest (Link)

This quarter, a number of companies have seen their share price decline after posting better than expected results.  Is this a function of consensus estimates having less relevance in today’s real-time data driven world?  (Link)

On the lighter side 

Santa dropped by our office on his way to the parade this weekend (Link)

A holiday gift for everyone...naughty or nice - Check out our EdgePointer's 2018 holiday
wish list (Link)