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Ritholtz's Reads: Pop-Music Politics

Here are your Wednesday reads.

Green futures? We'll see how long that lasts. Before the open, enjoy our morning train reads:

  • Markets Don’t Work as Well as We Thought (Bloomberg View), see also Everyone Is Bad At This (The Fat Pitch)
  • The High Consequences of Low Interest Rates (WSJ)
  • Calm down, activistas — passive is a drop in the ocean (The Evidence-Based Investor), see also Fund managers ready for ‘smart beta’ wars (FT)
  • Cuban: How the decimation of the IPO market has hurt the economy and worse (Blog Maverick)
  • The Greatest Bull Market of All-Time? (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Stung by Low Oil Prices, Companies Face a Reckoning on Debts (DealBook)
  • How Fox ate National Geographic (The Guardian)
  • These Are the Skills That Employers Want, But MBAs Lack (Bloomberg), see also Voluntary Job-Quitting Hits Highest Level in Nine Years (Real Time Economics)
  • How Pop Music Explains the Difference Between New Hampshire and Iowa (Bloomberg)
  • Samantha Bee Might Be the Natural Heir to Jon Stewart: The Daily Show correspondent’s new weekly TBS series, Full Frontal, made a stellar debut Monday. (The Atlantic)

What are you reading?

Probability of Fed Rate Hikes Now vs. January



Source: Bloomberg

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