Ritholtz's Reads: Tale of Two Job Markets
Our hand-crafted, Two-for-Tuesday morning train reads:
- Are Grantham And Hussman Correct About S&P 500 Valuations? (Value Walk) see also To the guy who thinks that stocks for the long run is “dangerous,” I say thank you. You are the equity-risk premium (Irrelevant Investor)
- 25 things I wish I knew when I graduated from high school (MarketWatch)
- Three Economic Puzzles Are Now Less Puzzling (Real Time Economics) see also Tale of Two Job Markets Makes Fed’s Liftoff Timing a Tough Call (Bloomberg)
- Symposium: The Bailouts of 2007-2009 (Journal of Economic Perspectives)
- Net Outflows Befall 401(k) Plans (WSJ) see also Are You Missing Out on the Roth 401(k)? Few workers use the retirement plan despite its advantages and growing availability (Bloomberg)
- EBRI: Forcing Workers to Save Just 3% Won’t Solve the Retirement Crisis (Real Time Economics)
- The $50 Billion Question: Can Uber Deliver? Investors are counting on Uber to upend the delivery business (WSJ)
- 2015 NBA Playoffs: LeBron James’ unfathomable workload (ESPN) see also Can LeBron Give Even More? The Cavs only hope is to lean even further on their superstar—but even he may be wearing down (WSJ)
- Want a House? Good Luck With the Down Payment (Bloomberg View)
- The Weather Channel Confronts Republicans on Climate Change (Slate) see also Pope, GOP collide on climate change (CNN)
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