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Ritholtz's Reads: Why Investing Is Complicated

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.

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 (NYTsee 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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