Ritholtz's Reads: Be Legendary

Here are our early morning train reads, now with even less insider trading.

Our early morning train reads, now with even less insider trading:

  • With All Due Respect Mr. Bogle (Irrelevant Investor)
  • The Fed and Oil: 2014 Isn’t 2011 in Reverse (FT Alphaville)
  • Asness: Efficient Frontier ‘Theory’ for the Long Run (AQR)
  • The Rise of Rich Man’s Subprime (Fortune)
  • 10 Legendary Investment Rules From Legendary Investors (Street Talk Live)
  • Why Hedge Funds Don’t Care if They’re Underperforming the S&P (Attain Capital Management)
  • Employers Will Have to Raise Wages. They Just Don’t Know It Yet. (Upshot)
  • Will Lawmakers Sneak a Gift to Wall Street into the Spending Bill? (NYT) see also Citigroup Wrote the Wall Street Giveaway Congress Just Snuck Into a Must-Pass Spending Bill (MoJo)
  • The Livability Index: The 35 Best U.S. Cities for People 35 and Under (Vocative)
  • An Exclusive Look Inside the Making of Prince’s Iconic Album ‘Purple Rain’ (The Verge)

 What are you reading?

 U.S. Shale Industry Faces Endurance Test

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Source: FT


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