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Ritholtz's Reads: The Selloff Won't Last

Here are your morning train reads.

It has been a sad weekend in Paris and around the world. We bring you our morning train reads: 

• Terror and markets: Sell-offs tend to be short-lived (USAT

• As Fears of a Meltdown Fade, Money Managers Have Other Worries (MoneyBeatsee also New obstacles for stocks: pricey P-E ratios (USA Today

• The Upward Drift in Valuations (Irrelevant Investor

• From ‘Bubble’ to ‘Crash,’ the Incredible Origins of 7 Finance Terms (WSJ

• Don’t Fight the Fed: Analysts say, It’s Lower for Longer for Bond Yields (WSJ

• Robots may shatter the global economic order within a decade (Telegraph

• iPad generated the same revenue last quarter as all of Google’s non-advertising business did for the entire fiscal year (Daring Fireball

• Efforts to Rein In Arbitration Come Under Well-Financed Attack (NYT

• Why the Paris attacks could mark the beginning of the end for ISIS (Washington Post) but see Smashing Islamic State After Paris Attacks a Huge Challenge (Bloomberg

• How Solar Installations Can Be the Barn-Raisings of the 21st Century (Slate

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with David Rosenberg, chief economist at Gluskin Sheff.

Earnings without the bad stuff


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