Ritholtz's Reads: Stocks Have Room to Rally
My two-for-Tuesday morning train reads:
• Can any ex-Citadel money managers ever hope to beat Ken Griffin? (Chicago Business)
• Stocks Have Plenty of Room to Rally: Based on Morningstar’s definition of a market expansion, this bull is just getting going (Barron’s) but see The Only Six Stocks That Matter: Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook, Netflix, Gilead account for the bulk of Nasdaq Composite gains this year (WSJ)
• One big myth about medicine: We know how drugs work (WonkBlog)
• It has been nearly seven years since shares of Bank of America or Citigroup traded above book value (WSJ)
• Raise the Gas Tax Already (New Yorker)
• Awed by a Magnetar: Astrophysicists have detected one of the brightest and most enigmatic objects in the Universe (Cosmos)
• How Hot Chicken Really Happened: Today, we learn how Nashville’s signature dish stayed hidden for decades in the city’s black communities — and then suddenly became a global obsession. (Bitter Southerner) see also How Chipotle is changing the pizza industry (Business Insider)
What are you reading?
Source: The Economist
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