Ritholtz's 10 Wednesday Reads: Setting Records on Wall Street and in Brazil
My morning train reads:
- The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at new records. (WSJ) see also Market's Correction-Free Run Tops 1,000 Days (America's Markets)
- What's a Hedge Fund Manager to Do? (Reformed Broker)
- How to Bet on the Price of Water (Fortune)
- How Memphis Firm Decoded Bond Secrets Mystifying Wall Street (Bloomberg)
- Penalties for Companies, but Executives Often Emerge Unscathed (DealBook)
- Housing: Small Economic Sector With a Big Impact (NY Times) see also The Re-Explosion of U.S. House Prices Is Over (Businessweek)
- Americans Think We Have the World's Best Colleges. We Don't. (The Upshot)
- Google Is About To Take Over Your Whole Life, And You Won't Even Notice (FastCo Design)
- Tim Howard Lost, But He Just Had the Best Match of the World Cup (FiveThirtyEight)
- Beekeepers, farmers and scientists seek to take the sting out of the bee die-off. (WSJ)
What are you reading?
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