Ritholtz's Reads: A Visual History of Market Crash Predictions

Finish your week strong with our free-range morning train reads.

Finish your week strong with our free-range morning train reads:

  • A Visual History of Market Crash Predictions (Fund Reference)
  • SEC Probe Into Fund Firms’ Fees centers on whether money managers are properly disclosing costs to investors (WSJ)
  • Luck vs. Skill in Active Management (WOCS)
  • The technical experts weigh in, and they’re pretty impressed with the Iran deal (MoJosee also Iran deal: The best worst option (Judith Miller)
  • Why China’s stock market bubble was always bound to burst (The Guardian)
  • Five years later, Dodd-Frank naysayers are still wrong (Fortune)
  • How Google distorts your view of the world (news.com.au)
  • Interview: David Byrne: The man who chased the sounds of the future as Talking Heads’ frontman is curating London’s Meltdown festival this year. (FT)
  • The Sneaky Power of Amy Schumer, in ‘Trainwreck’ and Elsewhere (NYT)
  • The 10 Best Craft Breweries to Hit Up in New England This Summer (Bloomberg)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Howard Marks of Oaktree Capital.

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