Ritholtz's Reads: No, Banks Aren't Losing
Another snow storm. Sigh. Hopefully, our morning train reads will help you through the rest of our winter of discontent:
- What happens when U.S. rates rise? Three Scenarios (Medium) see also The Blueprint for a Bond Bear Market? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- Janet Yellen, Forecasting Ace (Real Time Economics)
- Passive management vs. saving more (Noahpinion) but see Yale Sticks to Endowment Model, Despite Critiques (Chief Investment Officer)
- U.S. Companies Are Stashing $2.1 Trillion Overseas to Avoid Taxes (Bloomberg)
- No, the Banks Aren’t Losing (Pro Publica)
- 13 Investors Share Their Biggest Mistakes and What They Did To Fix it (Endless Rise Investor)
- Watchdog’s Hunt Is Short on ‘Wolves’: Finra program hasn’t barred any brokers tied to Stratton Oakmont from ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ fame (WSJ)
- The big melt: Antarctica’s retreating ice may re-shape Earth (AP)
- Google Tackles Quantum Computing’s Hardest Problem: Errors (Wired) see also How Google’s Silence Helped Net Neutrality Win (Wired)
- Curt Schilling outs online creeps harassing his daughter (38pitches) see also Curt Schilling’s revenge on trolls who threatened daughter (NY Post) PS: They have since been fired
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