Ritholtz's Reads: Dalio, Brains and Sugar
My morning reads:
- Companies Selling Stocks at Record Pace This Year (WSJ)
- Irrational exuberance and neural crash warning signals during endogenous experimental market bubbles (National Academy of Sciences) see also They Discovered Something In The Brains Of Great Investors That Makes Them Do So Much Better (Business Insider)
- Ray Dalio Is Back (Forbes)
- Fixing the Shiller CAPE: Accounting, Dividends, and the Permanently High Plateau (Philosophical Economics)
- Foreigners are buying US real estate at a staggering rate -- and it’s rising fast (Vox)
- How to build a banking benchmark that’s not rigged (Quartz)
- Your Health Food’s Hidden Sugar Bomb (Daily Beast) see also How much sugar do we eat? (BBC)
- 7 papers, 4 government inquiries, 2 news investigations, and 1 court ruling proving voter fraud is mostly a myth (Wonkblog)
- Is Silicon Valley Funding the Wrong Stuff? (WSJ)
- From Lou Reed to the Talking Heads, thousands of rare rock videos are now on YouTube (Salon)
What are you reading?
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