Ritholtz's 10 Monday Reads: Missing the Bull Market

Top of the workweek to you. Some reads for your St. Patrick's Day enjoyment.

Top of the workweek to you. Some reads for your St. Patrick's Day enjoyment:

• Haunted by the Bull That Got Away (WSJ) see also U.S. Investors Have Not Run With Bull Market (NY Post)
• The U.S. Stock Market Is Expensive, and It Should Be (Philosophical Economics)
• Fedspeak Cheatsheet: What Are Fed Policymakers Saying (Real Time Economics) see also Fed Challenge: Pull Back Without Pulling the Rug Out (NY Times)
• The bull market turns five (Fidelity)
• Is CAPE Broken? Another look at Shiller P/E. (Morningstar)
• Business finds a new reason for optimism as uncertainly eases on two fronts. (WSJ)
• "I" [as in India] Shares (Reformed Broker)
• Smart beta funds focused on U.S. stocks saw net inflows of about $42.8 billion last year, according to (WSJ)
• Comic Author: What If I Wrote a Book? (xkcd) see also Randall Munroe's Got a New Book, but It's Not XKCD (Daily Dot)
• Inside Neil Young's Crowdfunded Quest to Fix Your Disastrous MP3 Situation (FastCo Labs)

What are you reading?

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