Ritholtz's Reads: Bill Gates, Millennials and Ebola
Hope you feel rested and refreshed! I have a feeling this week is going to get a bit funky! Start it right with our morning train reads:
- How Scared Should Investors Be? (WSJ), see also Bear markets are a learning experience. Really. (USA Today)
- The Quantitative Value Philosophy: Buy the Cheapest, Highest Quality Value Stocks (Alpha Architect)
- It's the "new mediocre", not a global recession (FT), see also Why is the recovery so weak? It's the austerity, stupid. (Washington Post)
- A Dozen Things I've Learned From Jeffrey Gundlach About Investing (25iq)
- How Bill Gates Thinks (The Atlantic)
- Buybacks: Money well spent? (FT)
- Nearly half of American households are financially insecure (Marketplace)
- 15 Economic Facts About Millennials (Medium)
- The stunning cuts to America's budget to fight disease outbreaks (Vox), see also Ebola Vaccine Would Likely Have Been Found By Now If Not For Budget Cuts: NIH Director (HuffPo)
- The Internet Of Someone Else's Things (TechCrunch)
What are you reading?
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