Ritholtz's Reads: The Balance Sheet That Ate Switzerland

Enjoy what little you have left of the work week, and be happy you are not hobnobbing with the oh-so-very annoying folks at Davos.

Good Thursday morning. Be mindful and enjoy what little you have left of the work week, and be happy you are not hobnobbing with the oh-so-very annoying folks at Davos. And train reads:

  • S&P Got a Little Casual With its Mortgage Ratings (BV)
  • James Grant: The balance sheet that ate Switzerland (LinkedIn)
  • She’s No Greenspan: Yellen Signals She Won’t Babysit Markets in Turmoil (Bloombergsee also Unfazed by market swings, Fed sticks to mid-2015 hike scenario (Reuters)
  • I like… fat… tails and I cannot lie, You vol sellers can’t deny…”  (Climateer Investing)
  • No, Low-income households didn’t cause the financial crisis (CBS News)
  • Very Rich Get Very Richer: Wealthiest 20% Hold 94.5% of World’s Money (Real Time Economicssee also The Pitchforks Are Coming… For Us Plutocrats (Politico)
  • How Did The Muslim ‘No-Go Zones’ Myth Get Started Anyway? (Talking Points Memo)
  • 15 Tweets That Will Make You Hate Davos (NY Mag)
  • Raise the Millionaires tax: Return to tried and true policies that encouraged and grew our once-robust middle class. (USA Today)
  • Crunch time for pet theory on dark matter: Thought to make up the Universe’s missing matter, WIMPs are running out of places to hide. (Nature)

What are you reading?  

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