Welcome to the last week of the summer! (How did the time slip away?) Enjoy your last days on the beach, we've got you covered with our honey-glazed morning reads:

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  • Takeaways From Jackson Hole 2014 -- at a Glance (WSJ) see also Janet Yellen Referenced This 19-Component Labor Market Index at Jackson Hole (Business Insider)
  • CONTAGION -- How Market Selloffs Happen (Fortune)
  • The ‘Investor’s Dilemma’: Everything Is Expensive (MoneyBeat) see also The Hard Truth: Successful Investing Involves a Lot of Luck (Motley Fool)
  • Upstarts Prepare to Ambush the Lords of Finance (FT)
  • Mario Draghi Gave a Fantastic Speech on What’s Wrong With Europe, But… (Business Insider)
  • Robots Won’t Destroy Jobs, but They May Destroy the Middle Class (Vox) see also Will Artificial Intelligence Destroy Humanity? Here Are Five Reasons Not to Worry. (Vox)
  • Four Ways Tim Cook Has Changed Apple as CEO (Time)
  • Photographers We’ve Lost in Conflict Zones and Their Work (BuzzFeed)

What are you reading?

Stock Investors Straddle the Fed’s Line

Source: The Wall Street Journal
Source: The Wall Street Journal

To contact the author of this article: Barry Ritholtz at britholtz3@bloomberg.net.

To contact the editor responsible for this article: Alex Bruns at abruns@bloomberg.net.