Ritholtz's Reads: Great Times to Be an Investor
Have I mentioned how much I hate daylight saving time? It's why your morning train reads from your never-uses-an-alarm-clock author are late:
- Based on 87 years of performance data, small-cap value stocks far outperform Large Cap and Growth (MarketWatch)
- What a Great Time To Be An Investor! (Meb Faber)
- A Dozen Things I’ve Learned from David Tepper about Investing (25iq)
- Adam Nash: Broken Values & Bottom Lines (Medium) but see Response to Blog by Wealthfront CEO Adam Nash (Schwab)
- The bull market at 6; charging hard or out of control? (Washington Post)
- Millennials accounted for largest share of home purchases last year (MarketWatch)
- How Apple Will Make the Wearable Market (stratechery) see also How Dick Tracy Invented the Apple Watch (Daily Beast)
- Inside Big Taxi’s Dirty War With Uber (Bloomberg)
- How the ‘Blurred Lines’ case could have chilling effect on creativity (LA Times) see also It’s okay if you hate Robin Thicke. But the ‘Blurred Lines’ verdict is bad for pop music. (Washington Post)
- State of the Union Buster: Scott Walker’s deeply unimpressive thoughts about foreign policy make everything about crushing organized labor. Here’s why even the Gipper would find that ridiculous. (Foreign Policy)
What are you reading?
A range of currencies have slumped since the end of June
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