Ritholtz's Reads: Oil Bust Could Be Worst in 45 Years

Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. He founded Ritholtz Wealth Management and was chief executive and director of equity research at FusionIQ, a quantitative research firm. He blogs at the Big Picture and is the author of “Bailout Nation: How Greed and Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shook the World Economy.”
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It's almost the end of the week -- and I am going to see U2 tonight at the Garden. Between now and the start of the show, we have morning train reads: 

• Are Stocks Overvalued? A Survey of Equity Valuation Models (Research Affiliates

• Gold Is Falling So Hard It Looks Like Capitulation (Barron’ssee also A History of Gold Returns (A Wealth of Common Sense

• Low bond liquidity presents little risk (FT

• China’s looming stock market disaster is part 1929 America, part 1989 Japan (Quartz

• Oil Warning: Crash Could Be Worst in More Than 45 Years (Bloomberg) see also This Measure of Copper Is Another Bad Omen for the Commodities Meltdown (Bloomberg

• Are the stock shares you own really yours? Not according to the state of Delaware (Dealbook

• Donald Trump was a stock market disaster (Marketwatch

• The University of Michigan built a fake town for driverless cars (Fusionsee also Talking to Your Car Could Soon Be Easier (MIT Technology Review

• Silicon Valley’s Political End Game (In 15 Charts) (Medium

• In Apple Watch Debut, Signs of a Familiar Path to Success (NYTsee also How the Apple store took over the world (Wonkblog)

What are you reading?

Ways to Profit From Problems with Liquid-Alternative Funds and ETFs

Source: WSJ

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