Ritholtz's Reads: Forecasting Follies

Here are your weekend reads.

Pour yourself a strong mug of Danish Blend and settle in for our long-form weekend reads:

Trend Following In Financial Markets: A Comprehensive Backtest (Philosophical Economics)see also Here We Go Again: Forecasting Follies 2016 (Above the Market)

Amazon Invades India: How Jeff Bezos aims to conquer the next “trillion-dollar market.” The inside story. (Fortune)

Blowhards Beware: Megyn Kelly Will Slay You Now (Vanity Fair)

How Is the Economy Doing? It May Depend on Your Party, and $1 (The Upshot)

Warren Buffett’s Predatory Lender Charges Minorities A Lot More (Buzzfeed)

No Accident: Inside GM’s deadly ignition switch scandal (Atlanta Magazinesee also The Lawyer Who Became DuPont’s Worst Nightmare (NYT)

Ned Overend Is the Champion Cyclist Who Never Grows Old (Outside)

Magical thinking: the history of science, sorcery and the spiritual (New Statesman)

Why Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Want Your Vote (Bloomberg)

The Triumph of Email: Why does one of the world’s most reviled technologies keep winning? (The Atlantic)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Michael Covel. 

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Source: WSJ

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