Ritholtz's 10 Friday Reads: The Year of the Unloved
Happy Merry! Some expertly curated reads to end your light, holiday-shortened week:
• Bob Peck's Top 10 Disruptive Themes for 2014 (Reformed Broker)
• Sorry, haters: Unloved stocks had a great year (MarketWatch)
• Abenomics Drives Japan Hedge Funds to World's Top Performers (Bloomberg)
• Fed wins battle of the exit -- for now (FT)
• Why Gold Would Be Useless in an Economic Apocalypse (The Atlantic)
• Bank Of America Economist Torpedoes One Of The Main Arguments For Impending Inflation (Business Insider)
• The Year We Broke the Internet (Esquire)
• The Least Important Writers of 2013 (Gawker)
What are you reading?
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