Ritholtz's Reads: Bernanke on Bubbles and Bitcoin

Here are your Friday train reads.

Markets continue to shake off externalities and are powering forward into the expected December rate hike. End your week right with our morning train reads: 

• Ben Bernanke on bubbles, bitcoin, and why he’s not a Republican anymore (Quartz

• Buffett’s Grandson Seeks Own Investment Route: Social Change (NYT

• My Dangerously Selective Memory (Bacon Asset

• Money Manager Gundlach Says Buy India. Here’s How (Bloomberg

• Number-crunchers lift lid on investor choice (FT

• Land Rover Defender Ends 70-Year Run Ferrying Farmers and Royals (Bloomberg) see also The Last Land Rover Defenders Are Rolling Off the Production Line (Bloomberg

• Finland’s depression is the final indictment of Europe’s monetary union (Telegraph

• Belgium is a failed state: Brussels’ nest of radicalism is just one of the failings of a divided, dysfunctional country. (Politicosee also Why ISIS Has All the Money It Needs (Bloomberg

• Selling Feelings (Stratechery

• Two Gorgeous Spiral Galaxies Just Because (Slatesee also Local supernova 2 million years ago solves cosmic ray puzzle (New Scientist

What are you reading?  

S&P 500 Performance by Market Cap


Source: Bespoke Investment Group

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