Welcome to Forbes for June 10th, 2013 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles.
In the cover story, we present “The Forbes 2013 Investment Guide -- Tips from Forbes' top 2013 Wealth Wizards.” Plus advice on ETFs, munis, retirement, taxes, and more.
Also, “Has Rob Arnott Built a Better Index Fund?” The 58-year-old libertarian and finance geek is upending the established world of index fund investing.
We'll also tell you about an “Ex-Microsoft Exec Who's Living the Boomer Fantasy: Meaningful Work” -- Martha'sTable CEO Patty Stonesifer is a poster child for those interested in shifting into personally meaningful work for their second or third act.
Then, “Wall Street Buying Adds to Housing Boom.” Is a New Bubble on the Way? So far, at least, the big money has done wonders for America’s beleaguered housing market, establishing a floor on prices, revitalizing neighborhoods, and sparking housing markets nationwide. But some professionals worry about the long-term effects.
Next, “WILL Interactive Makes Games That Save Lives” -- Can simulations create more effective leaders? Some of the world's best-known organizations think so.
Followed by, “IRS Scandal: Tip of The Iceberg” -- To make government work for the people requires a vigorous enforcement of the constitutional limits on federal activities.
And in our final story, “Technology's Foes: Romantics Or Luddites?” The war of ideas over technology and human destiny is about to heat up.