Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Welcome to Spring
Some reads for the first day of spring:
• Analysts React: 'You Have to Read This Statement as Risk Off' (MoneyBeat) see also How Long is Six Months, Really? (Real Time Economics)
• Eisinger: The "revolt of the Muppets" is heating up. (DealBook)
• The Bearishness of the Eurodollar Chart Cannot Be Overemphasized! (Peter L. Brandt)
• The Bankers Behind FDR and the Glass-Steagall Act (Fortune)
• The Dismal Art: Economic Forecasting (Democracy Journal) see also Which Is Better, Data or Theory? (Noahpinion)
• Letters to a Young Analyst (Gum Road)
• Michael Milken, Financier and Philanthropist -- and ex-con (Columbia Journalism Review)
• Wearing Apple (Furbo)
• How 1,280 artworks stolen by the Nazis remained hidden in a Munich apartment until 2012 (Vanity Fair)
• A new wireless home audio system aims to make music much more searchable. How does it perform? (WSJ)
What are you reading?
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