Ritholtz's Reads

Ritholtz's Reads: Tax Havens and Sports Cars

Here are your Friday reads.

Interesting week! Finish it strong with the finest morning train reads in the land:

  • Earnings Season: Why Investors Are Too Bearish (WSJ), but see Markets Flash Warning as Bonds Rise, Yen Strengthens (WSJ)
  • Dimon at the Bat for Big Banks (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Losing Money (AVC)
  • Why Bull Markets Make Everyone Miserable (Reformed Broker)
  • 9 Seinfeld GIFs Help Explain the "Fiduciary" Rule (House Financial Services Committee)
  • It Was a Good Bet: When the odds are in your favor and you still lose. (Motley Fool)
  • How the U.S. became one of the world’s biggest tax havens (Wonkblog)
  • The Financial Industry Is Having Its Napster Moment (Bloomberg)
  • The Golden State Warriors Have Revolutionized Basketball (WSJ)
  • The Sports Car Is in Serious Trouble: Three reasons why sales of speed machines are skidding badly. (Bloomberg)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Keith Ross, chief executive officer of PDQ Enterprises, which operates a dark pool, and former CEO of high-frequency trading company Getco.

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