Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Amazon's Phone and All-You-Can-Eat Sushi
My morning reads to get your Thursday going:
- Active Management Required (Above the Market) see also Global Multi-Asset Market Portfolio 1959-2012 (SSRN)
- Dangerous Financial Words (Motley Fool)
- Amazon Unveils the Fire Phone (Re/Code) see also Amazon phone responds to users' eye movements and can display 3-D images (WSJ)
- Bye-bye: Harvard Money Managers Exit After Years of Subpar Returns at $32.7B Endowment (Bloomberg)
- Post-Crash Economics by Robert Skidelsky (Project Syndicate) see also Thoughts on Robert Skidelsky's Manifesto for the Reform of the Anglo-Saxon Economics Curriculum: (WCEG)
- David Brat's Half-Cocked Theological-Economic Fusionism (American Conservative)
- All-You-Can-Eat Sushi Restaurants Should Not Exist. Why Do They? (Worthwhile Canadian Initiative)
- Uber Isn't Worth $17 Billion (FiveThirtyEight)
- Who Is the Best All-Around Baseball Player? (WSJ)
- A Writer Imagines What Would Happen if England Actually Won the World Cup (Twisted Sifter)
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