What I Wish I Wrote ~ October 5, 2017

Performance of dividend payers in the S&P 500 versus non-dividend players in the S&P 500 (Dividend Growth Investor)

Is DaVita juicing its earnings through an opaque non-profit? Warren and Charlie’s Excellent Insurance Gambit (Sirf-Online)

Did Warren Buffett kill value investing? (The Irrelevant Investor)

The psychological biases that leave us unprepared for disaster (Tim Harford)

What do the best investors do that the rest don’t? (Behavioral Value Investor)

Google Travel is worth $100 Billion (Skift)

Reciprocation Bias. It can build trust and love. Or it can lead to great harm. (Farnam Street)

You are Facebook’s product (London Review of Books)

We need to stop pretending that the autonomous car is imminent. (Recode)

Should you top-off a position (aka average down) or double down? (MarketFox)

Sequoia Fund trying to repair some reputational damage from its Valeant fiasco. (The Washington Post)

And now you know why you can’t stop stuffing your face with those cheese puffs. (Now I Know)