Ritholtz's Reads: Masters of the Game and Mom-and-Pop Traders
Welcome back to a holiday shortened work week. By the time you read this, I will be winging west to Seattle, but no worries -- we have your hand-curated morning train reads ready to go:
- Barron’s Roundtable: Masters of the Game (Barron’s)
- The State of the Economy, in Eight Charts (Real Time Economics) see also Predicting the Next Recession (Calculated Risk)
- Six in Ten Mom-and-Pop Currency Traders Lose Money Each Quarter (MoneyBeat)
- It’s time to market forecasters to admit the errors of their ways (Washington Post)
- Obama Proposes New Muni Bonds for Public-Private Investments (Bloomberg)
- Since antiquity, moneymen have been the target of vitriol. (History Today) but see also Global Wealth Is Flowing to the Richest, Study Finds (NY Times)
- Lunch with the FT: Marc Andreessen (FT)
- The coming revolution in much cheaper life-saving drugs (WonkBlog)
- Why GOP leaders are reckless on global warming (Post-Partisan)
- At Oscars, They Coulda Been Contenders: The films of the past that should have been invited to the Best Picture party (WSJ)
What are you reading?
2014 Was the Warmest Year Ever Recorded on Earth
Source: NY Times
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