Ritholtz's Reads: Bond Market's Death Is Greatly Exaggerated

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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My morning train reads:

• To be great, you must first learn to be good (Reformed Broker

• Buy Side vs. Sell Side (A Wealth of Common Sense

• Death of Bond Market-Making Is Greatly Exaggerated (Bloomberg

• Foreclosure Starts Hit Lowest Level Since 2005 (Real Time Economicssee also Mortgage Foreclosures and Delinquencies Continue to Drop (Mortgage Bankers Association

• Ron Rhoades Threatens to Oppose Any Weakening of Fiduciary Standard (FiduciaryNews

• Saudi Arabia: A Kingdom Stumbles (Dispatches From the Edge

• How to Decrease Prices for an Expensive Class of Drugs (The Upshotsee also The Drug Industry Is In Denial About Its Pricing Problem (Bloomberg

• Uber Is Not the Future of Work: Gig-enabling apps are a distraction from the uncertainties that affect far more people: Will workers get paid enough and are their jobs safe? (The Atlantic

• 23 Science-Backed Ways to Feel Happier (Mental Flosssee also Your Brain Performs Better When It Slows Down, with Steven Kotler (Big Think

• Carros de Cuba, an automotive landscape frozen in time (Classic Driver)

What are you reading?

Everything Except Headline Inflation Is Saying the Same Thing

Source: Bloomberg

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