Something good for the month

December 2019

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We are always looking for great insightful articles to share within our community. There was no shortage of interesting articles for the month in December. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.


Epsilon Theory: A 2019 Retrospective

Instead of the usual “The Year in Review” or “The Year Ahead” nonsense you don’t want to read and we don’t want to write, what we’ve got for you is a quintessentially Epsilon Theory experience.


Bloomberg: Repo Blowup Was Fueled by Big Banks and Hedge Funds, BIS Says

The September mayhem in the U.S. repo market suggests there’s a structural problem in this vital corner of finance and the incident wasn’t just a temporary hiccup, according to a new analysis from the Bank for International Settlements.


Fast Company: The $100 billion reason not to return gifts this holiday season

90% of products returned during the holidays won’t be resold—and some will end up in a landfill.


Marker: The 3 Best Business Books of 2019 (According to Every Other Best-of-2019 List)

11,000 business books are published every year. Here are the three you need to crush 2020.


Intelligencer: Boris’s Blundering Brilliance

Brexit has given the U.K’s self-seeking Prime Minister the opportunity to show he actually knows what he’s doing.


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