Ritholtz's 10 Tuesday Reads: How to Speak Like a Consultant

Here are my Tuesday morning reads.

Starting Tuesday with some reads:

  • Can stocks be both cheap and expensive? (Humble Student of the Markets) see also The S&P 500 Index Just Broke Another Record Last Week (Price Action Lab)
  • Shorts Reload in S&P 500 Ritual That Signaled Gain Before (Bloomberg)
  • Ignore every headline (except this one) (MarketWatch)
  • Lost Generation Casts Shadow Over Housing Market (WSJ)
  • Gold Manipulation: What Investors Should Do Now (Seeking Alpha)
  • Market Power and the Media Baron (Columbia Journalism Review)
  • The Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research (Stirling Behavioural Science Blog)
  • Hundreds of Cities Are Wired With Fiber -- But Telecom Lobbying Keeps It Unused (Vice) see also How Cable Companies Are Keeping You From Enjoying Fiber (Business Insider)
  • How To Speak McKinsey: 15 Key Phrases to Pass Yourself Off as a Top Management Consultant (Forbes)
  • I defy you to watch this and not smile: Sir Mix-A-Lot Performs "Baby Got Back" With Seattle Symphony Orchestra (Slate)

What are you reading?

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