Ritholtz's Reads: The Growing Ranks of the Ultra-Rich
This has been quite the week. Here are your pre-NFP morning train reads:
- Fees matter more than asset allocation (FT) see also Why You Owe Your Freedom to Jack Bogle (Total Return)
- Number of ultra-rich swells to almost 173,000 (The Guardian)
- Shilling: Look Out Below, Copper’s Falling (BV)
- Fed’s Williams: Ready to Consider Rate Rises Starting This Summer (Real Time Economics) see also Six Charts That Tell the Story of the Unfathomably Bleak Economy the Fed Faced in 2009 (RTE)
- Apple Found Its Newest Billboards On The Internet (BuzzFeed)
- 5 Incredible Facts About the Current Retirement Market (Ed Slott and Company) see also Ignore the Gurus, Baby Boomers. Your Retirement Is Inevitable. (Slate)
- U.S. Strategy in Iraq Increasingly Relies on Iran (NYT)
- Scientists have figured out what makes Indian food so delicious (WonkBlog) but see also Why delicious Indian food is surprisingly unpopular in the U.S. (WonkBlog)
- CO2 Levels for February Eclipsed Prehistoric Highs (Scientific American)
- The E-mail Scam with Centuries of History (Pricenomics)
Be sure to check out this weekends Masters in Business, featuring Merrill Lynch’s North American Economist, Michelle Meyers.
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