Ritholtz's Reads: Europe's Other Ticking Time Bomb
Its a vacation week in the United States, but that doesn't mean we stop reading, and neither should you. My morning train reads:
- Physics in finance: Trading at the speed of light (Nature)
- Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook 2015 (Credit Suisse)
- Josh’s awesome investment mix (Reformed Broker)
- Goldman Sachs Doesn’t Care What You Think (Epicurean Dealmaker)
- Gary Shilling -- Why You Should Own Bonds (Advisor Perspective)
- The Huge Historical Bull Market Bias in International Stocks (Irrelevant Investor)
- Forget Greece; Italy is Europe’s ticking time bomb (WonkBlog)
- Ten Years of Google Maps, From Slashdot to Ground Truth (Re/code)
- This new Tesla battery will power your home, and maybe the electric grid too (The Switch) but see Apple’s Electric Car Dreams May Bring Auto Industry Nightmares (Bloomberg)
- How P.R. Is Killing Journalism: And why that’s a problem even if you’re not a journalist. (Take Part)
What are you reading?
Inflation is below 1 percent in the U.S., U.K., Europe, China and Japan
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