The Stingy News Weekly (10/23/2016)
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Let's talk about salary
"He asserts that inquiring about salaries is a social faux-pas in Canada. But it is something that I.ve been doing shamelessly for many years because the data empowers rather than impoverishes employees."
Vanguard's Gerry O'Reilly and Jim Rowley
"This episode is a rare and fascinating look into the world's largest asset manager. My first guest is Gerry O'Reilly, who is the portfolio manager for the largest mutual fund in the world, and oversees more than $800 billion for Vanguard. My second guest is Jim Rowley, a Senior Investments Analyst with deep knowledge of indexing and ETF's. The two provide incredible insight into some of the particulars that make Vanguard and its funds tick." [Indexing]
Sarah Ketterer on value
"Highly-rated global investor, Sarah Ketterer, Portfolio Manager of Causeway International Value Fund explains why there is still plenty of value to be found in overseas markets." [video] [Value Investing]
Frugality isn't what it used to be
"It used to be that a fancy car or a country-club membership sufficed. But as these became available to more and more people, the acquisition of physical things has mostly taken a backseat to the acquisition of exotic experiences. Now, Westacott writes, because 'not working is in itself no longer a badge of honor,' what the economist Thorstein Veblen in 1899 called 'conspicuous leisure' is being displaced by conspicuous recreation. To describe the behavior of those who tire of this arms race, perhaps there needs to be yet a new term: conspicuous frugality." [Thrift]
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