Ritholtz's Reads: The Downside of Crowdfunding
Here are my Wednesday morning reads:
- Seven Truths Investors Simply Cannot Accept (The Kindergarten)
- 5 Reasons Why the Market Won't Crash (The Buzz) but see Threading the Bullish Needle (Sigmund Holmes)
- Homo narratus: Mistrust the Financial Storytellers (PsyFi)
- Wages Rise and -- Surprise! -- Skilled Workers Are Now Easier to Find (Fiscal Times)
- The Case For Higher Rates Looks Weak ... Again (Capital Spectator)
- Surprisingly, One Out Of Every 21 New Yorkers Is A Millionaire (Business Insider)
- States That Raised Minimum Wage See Faster Job Growth (NPR) see also Declining Private Employment in Wisconsin, Sideways Trending in Kansas (EconBrowser)
- Crowdfunding: An Apprenticeship in Failure (HNW)
- It's Time to Split Up Microsoft (stratechery)
- Woohoo! Simpsons World Will Transform the Show Into Delicious, Delicious Data (Atlantic)
What are you reading?
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