Ritholtz's Reads: Hedge Fund Armageddon
Is it just me or does it seem like there is more news today than usual? No worries, we have you covered with our morning reads:
- You Can't Even Spell 'Capitulation' (TRB)
- Is Rampant Hedging a Bullish Sign? (Barron's)
- Google Study Heightens Fund Industry Fears (FT)
- Argentina vs. the Hedge Funds (Consortium News) see also Are Hedge Funds Doomed? Everything You Need to Know, in Four Paragraphs (The Week)
- 31 Fantastic Pieces of Advice for Surviving Your First Year on Wall Street (Business Insider)
- Going Too Easy on Eric Holder's Wall Street Inaction (Columbia Journalism Review) see also The Hole in Holder's Legacy (NYT)
- Why the Fed Is So Wimpy (Harvard Business Review)
- Solar Power Is Growing So Fast That Older Energy Companies Are Trying to Stop It (Vox) see also Perovskite Offers Shot at Cheaper Solar Energy (WSJ)
- On The Future of Apple and Google (Steve Cheney)
- How the Humble Umbrella Became a Hong Kong Protest Symbol (BBC) see also A Turning Point In the Fight for Hong Kong: Beijing Remains Unlikely to Cave to Pro-Democracy Protesters' Demands, but It Is Now Losing Hearts and Minds. (Foreign Policy)
What are you reading?
Who Likes European Bonds?
This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg View's editorial board or Bloomberg LP, its owners and investors.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Putin Won at the Ballot Box. He's Losing Elsewhere.
- The Population Bomb Has Been Defused
- McCabe's Firing Wasn't Political. Until Trump Made It Political.
- There's a Blamer-in-Chief in the Oval Office
- "Huge" Trade Deficits Are Smaller Than You Think
- Putin Has Committed Russia to a Risky Gamble
- Mueller Just Stepped Over Trump's Red Line