Ritholtz's Reads: The Impossible Is Happening in Europe

A long week skitters to an end. And, our morning train reads:

  • America’s trading desks are imploding (Quartz)
  • On the Extremes: Dont take a permanent bearish directional bias on life (Pragmatic Capitalism)
  • As Hedge Fund Returns Falter, Money Continues to Flow In (NYT)
  • Something economists thought was impossible is happening in Europe (Vox)
  • Housel: The Blind Forecaster (Fool)
  • Is there a site that is the opposite of Zero Hedge? (Reddit)
  • Investor Irving Kahn, Disciple of Benjamin Graham, Dies at 109: One of world’s oldest professional investors began working on Wall Street in 1928 (WSJ)
  • The Incredible True Tale Of “The Queen Of Neuroscience” And Her Nobel Prize (Huffington Post)
  • Bob Hope: Wasp Without A Sting (Commentary)
  • I Am an Audiophile, and I Won’t Apologize for It (Slate)

What are you reading?

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