Ritholtz's Reads: Beware Stories of the Death Cross
My two-fer-Tuesday morning train reads:
- Market pullback: 1997 or 1998? 2011 or 2014? (Fidelity) see also U.S. Stocks Decline as S&P 500 Posts Worst Month Since May 2012 (Bloomberg)
- Beware Stories of the Death Cross (Irrelevant Investor)
- Maybe This Global Slowdown Is Different (BV) see also China’s latest manufacturing data underscore investor fears about the country’s growth (WSJ)
- The Value-at-Risk Fiasco (Statistical Ideas)
- 13 Arguments Pro & Con: Should the Fed tighten? (Marginal Revolution) see also What Fed Officials Are Saying About a September Rate Increase (WSJ)
- The Most Expensive Apartment Listings in New York That Are Not in Manhattan (Bloomberg)
- American Industry Wastes Huge Amounts of Gas by Burning It Off. Here’s a Cheap Way to Save It. (Slate) see also Oil Prices Soar Amid Lower U.S. Output Estimates, OPEC Article (WSJ)
- Forget About Setting Goals. Focus on This Instead. (James Clear)
- Increase Taxes? Talk by Donald Trump Alarms G.O.P. (NYT) see also GOP Elite Charts Four Paths to Destroy Trump (BV)
- A Life Well Lived (Oliver Sacks) see also Oliver Sacks, 1933-2015 (Longform)
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