Ritholtz's Reads: Bears, Gold Bugs and Monkeys
My mouth is already watering for Turkey Day. Hopefully, the weather won’t interfere with your travel plans. It certainly didn’t interfere with our morning reads:
- The $400 Billion Bond Mismatch Keeping Bears at Bay Endures (Bloomberg)
- Boomers, Millennials and Interest Rates: A Muni Investor’s Perspective (Black Rock Blog) see also An Unbeatable Investment for Millennials (BV)
- Hedge Funds Lose Money for Everyone, Not Just the Rich (Bloomberg)
- How Macquarie Makes Money By Losing Money on Toll Roads (Streetsblog USA)
- After Recession, Home-Remodeling Is on the Rise (Real Time Economics)
- Swatting the Gold Bugs (Streetwise Professor)
- It’s Incredibly Rare for a Grand Jury to Do What Ferguson’s Just Did (fivethirtyeight) see also It’s Not Just Ferguson: U.S. Cops Who Kill Are Rarely Indicted (Quartz)
- Politicians Who Regulate Big Cable Invest in AT&T, Comcast and Verizon (Gizmodo)
- The Debunking Handbook: Now Freely Available for Download (Skeptical Science) but see Porsche 911 Carrera GTS drive review (Autoweek)
- Monkeys Know What They’re Doing (Wired)
What are you reading?
Current Dow rally below average in both duration and magnitude
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