Ritholtz's Reads: Weak Links and Scalia's Death
Nice bounce off the lows; let’s see if it lasts. In the meantime, our morning train reads:
- The Stock Market Is Not the Economy (strategy+business)
- Wolf: Banks are still the weak links in the economic chain (FT), see also The Never-Ending Story: Europe’s Banks Face a Frightening Future (Bloomberg)
- ‘Costcoholics’: Costco’s $113.7 Billion Addicts (Forbes)
- Why Is It So Hard To Believe That I Don’t Care About the Price of Gold? (Alphatrends), see also In Battle of Havens, Treasuries Outshine Gold for ETF Investors (Bloomberg)
- Swedroe: Mystery Of Vanishing Premiums (ETF.com)
- Zenefits and Regulation (Stratechery)
- New Stadium? Teams Now Want the Whole Neighborhood (Bloomberg View), see also Work zone: Directory of mixed-used projects (SportsBusiness Journal)
- Crazy Nut Donald Trump Thinks George W. Bush Was President on 9/11 (NY Mag)
- 5 Ways Scalia’s Death Complicates The 2016 Election (NPR), but see Before Scalia’s Death, a Clash Between G.O.P. and Obama Over Appellate Judges (NYT)
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