Ritholtz's Reads: Where's All the Good News?
Markets seem to have no memory day-to-day. Luckily, I remembered to do our morning train reads:
• Hedge Funds Leave U.S. Pensions With Little to Show for the Fees (Bloomberg)
• Jeremy Grantham: Give Me Only Good News! (GMO)
• If It Owns a Well or a Mine, It’s Probably in Trouble (NYT) see also The Appeal of Sustainable Investing (Morningstar)
• Google Ventures Owns Part of Several Unicorns, but the Biggest (and Trickiest) Is Uber (Re/code)
• Jason Zweig on Wall Street's big lie (Quartz)
• The World’s Smartest Bad Investors (Bloomberg View)
• The American Middle Class Is Losing Ground (Pew Trends) see also The Tipping Point: Most Americans No Longer Are Middle Class (NPR)
• How to Count the People Police Kill (Bloomberg)
• Are We Getting a Peek at Peak CO2 Emission? (Slate)
• The Best Movies of 2015 (NYT)
What are you reading?
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