Ritholtz's Reads: Why Investing Is Complicated
Welcome back to the festival of foreign affairs. China, Greece, Iran and Russia are on the agenda for the week -- and that’s before we even get to a little thing called earnings. Oh, and our free range morning train reads:
- Why Investing Is So Complicated, and How to Make It Simpler (NYT)
- Beware: 10 Scams in China To Watch Out For (What’s On Weibo)
- Fossil fuel firms risk wasting billions by ignoring climate change, says IEA (The Guardian)
- Apple’s Share of Smartphone Industry’s Profits Soars to 92% with a marketshare of less than 20% (WSJ)
- China’s Incendiary Market Is Fanned by Borrowers and Manipulation (NYT) see also Memo to China: You Are Doomed to Fail (WSJ)
- The Global Creativity Index 2015 (Martin Prosperity Institute)
- Letter to My Younger Self by Pete Sampras (Players’ Tribune)
- One Million Miles to Go; Pluto is More Intriguing than Ever (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)
- Our deadliest problem? Not terrorism. ‘Terrorists killed nearly 18,000 people in 2013 -- 1.5 per cent of those killed by traffic’ (FT)
- Don Draper, Maverick Ad Man, Dead at 88 (MediaPost)
What are you reading?
Greece and the Euro Crisis
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