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Ritholtz's Reads: The Fed's Ammo

Here are your Wednesday reads.

Ritholtz's Reads: The Fed's Ammo

Here are your Wednesday reads.

Where goeth the bounce back? We might find out today, but before then, my morning train reads:

  • The Top Performing Hedge Funds of 2015 (Bloomberg)
  • A New Breed of Trader on Wall Street: Coders With a Ph.D. (DealBook)
  • What Happens To Stocks After They Make A Big Comeback? (Irrelevant Investor), see also Reality Check For Investors (ETF.com)
  • Genius! Is The Fed Running Out of Ammo? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Stop Paying Executives for Performance (Harvard Business Review)
  • Post-Housing Boom Buyers More Bullish on Equity Gains than Pre-Boom Buyers (World Property Journal)
  • Bill Gates: ‘we need an energy miracle’ to tackle climate change (Verge), see also Seas Are Rising at Fastest Rate in Last 28 Centuries (NYT)
  • Can technology help us improve upon reality? (BBC)
  • Bright ideas can be found in the clutter of a messy desk (FT)
  • Four Problems With the ‘Winnowing’ Theory of Trump’s Downfall (Bloomberg), see also GOP to Kasich: Get out (Politico)

What are you reading?

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