Ritholtz's Reads: The Hierarchy of Investor Needs
Welcome to our Two-for-Tuesday morning train reads:
- The Hierarchy of Investor Needs (Motley Fool)
- So you’re a leveraged stock market investor with poor timing in China? (FT Alphaville) see also Hedge Funds Reassess China After Market Free Fall (NYT)
- SEC has more than doubled the typical fine against individuals over the past decade (WSJ)
- The world is getting better all the time, in 11 maps and charts (Vox)
- Why TV Sets Are Cheap, Cable Bills Not So Much (Real Time Economics)
- Greece -- time to look on the bright side (Medium) see also The Greek Crisis: A selection of research by NBER associates relevant to the problems of the eurozone. (NBER)
- Your Own Worst Enemy (Boston Review)
- Berkeley Breathed Publishes First New ‘Bloom County’ Strip Since 1989 (Artsbeat)
- What It’s Really Like to Use a Windows Phone (Re/Code)
- How Big Is Pluto? New Horizons Settles Decades-Long Debate (NASA/New Horizons) see also These Are The Most Jaw-Dropping Space Photos Of The Year (Huffington Post)
What are you reading?
Global Investors Hang On as China Stock Market Swings
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