Ritholtz's Reads: Hedge Funds Want a New Name
Where does the time go? Its already Friday, and we present the finest morning train reads in the land.
- In US Small-Caps, Quality Is on Sale (AB Global) see also This is nothing like the 2000 dot-com bubble (MarketWatch)
- Hedge Funds: Don’t Call Us a Hedge Fund (WSJ)
- Silicon Valley is seizing the customers: Instead of building for others, companies are doing more for themselves (FT)
- Fed Shouldn’t Raise Rates Yet Because Job Market Still Ailing (Real Time Economics) see also As Dollar Heats Up Overseas, U.S. Manufacturers Feel a Chill (NYT)
- Meet Periscope, Twitter’s New Live Video App (Buzzfeed)
- An Epidemic of Americans Behaving Well (Bloomberg View)
- The Facebook Reckoning (stratechery) see also Parrying the Latest Predictions of Facebook’s Demise (NY Times)
- Drones Invade Hollywood (WSJ)
- 16 Smartphones That Were Deemed ‘iPhone Killer,’ 2008-2011 (Yahoo)
- Music to die for: how genre affects popular musicians’ life expectancy (The Conversation) see also Apple and Beats Developing Streaming Music Service to Rival Spotify (NY Times)
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