Ritholtz's 10 Tuesday Reads: Broken Roads and Big Houses
Good morning. Here are some reads to begin Tuesday:
- Unstoppable $100 Trillion Bond Market Renders Models Useless (Bloomberg)
- Dow Is Up 68 Points in Six Months. You Call That a Bubble? (The Street)
- Economists: An Astonishing Record -- Of Complete Failure (FT) see also Who knew economists could be such big players? (Washington Post)
- The Intelligent Investor: Giving Yourself an Investing Makeover (WSJ)
- President Obama Could End the Hedge Fund Tax Break. Why Doesn't He? (Slate)
- The Housing Crash Did Nothing to Tamp Our Appetite for Enormous Houses (WonkBlog)
- Why We Still Can't Afford to Fix America's Broken Infrastructure (FiveThirtyEight)
- Google's Scientific Approach to Work-Life Balance (and Much More) (Harvard Business Review)
- U.S. Faces Worst Outbreak of Measles in 20 years (Seattle Times)
- China Tried to Erase Memories of Tiananmen. But It Lives on in the Work of Dissident Artists. (Washington Post)
What are you reading?
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