Ritholtz's Reads: How Wall Street's Bankers Stayed Out of Jail
Look for lighter volume courtesy of the Rosh Hashanah holiday. (And happy New Year to you). Enjoy our Monday morning temple reads.
• Wild Trading Exposed Flaws in ETFs (WSJ) Managers of exchange-traded funds seek to find causes of August 24 disruptions
• Another Thing That Worked in the Past That Won’t In the Future (Investor Field Guide)
• How Wall Street’s Bankers Stayed Out of Jail: The probes into bank fraud leading up to the financial industry’s crash have been quietly closed. Is this justice? (The Atlantic)
• Big Data Analysis Reveals October is Best Month to Buy a Home in U.S. (World Property Journal)
• 25 disruptive health-care companies to watch (Becker’s Hospital Review)
• What I Learned This Week About Tim Cook’s Apple (Re/Code)
• Secrets of longevity may lie in long-lived smokers, a ‘biologically distinct’ group with extraordinary gene variants (Washington Post)
• 4 reasons why ‘Key & Peele’ is one of the all-time great sketch shows (Daily Dot)
• Djokovic And Federer Are Vying To Be The Greatest Of All Time (fivethirtyeight)
What are you reading?
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