Ritholtz's Reads

Ritholtz's Reads: Sucker-Punched Clients

Here are your Monday reads.

Start your week off right with our morning train reads:

  • Hedge Funds Have a Performance Problem (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • How To Pick The Right ETF (Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Putting the Client Last: A Former Investment Banker Explains How Clients are Being Systemically Sucker-Punched (Pro-Market)
  • How to pick a financial adviser (could be the most lucrative decision you ever make) (Washington Post)
  • The Fed Wants Markets to Stop Taking the Dot Plot So Seriously (Bloomberg)
  • Luxury Second-Home Prices Up 11% in 2015 (Barron’s)
  • Scott Adams: Who’s Afraid of Donald Trump? (Dilbert)
  • Support for SCOTUS hearings remains strong (CNN), see also Biden Says Stalemate Over Garland Risks Constitutional Crisis (Bloomberg)
  • In Syria and Iraq, the Islamic State is in retreat on multiple fronts (Washington Post)
  • Did the moon shift its axis? Mysterious ice deposits reveal clues. (Christian Science Monitor)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with University of Pennsylvania professor Philip Tetlock, co-author of "Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction."

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