Ritholtz's Reads: No, Banks Aren't Losing

Another snow storm. Sigh. Hopefully, our morning train reads will help you through our winter of discontent.

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 (Mediumsee 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 (Noahpinionbut 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 (38pitchessee also Curt Schilling’s revenge on trolls who threatened daughter (NY Post) PS: They have since been fired

What are you reading?

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