Ritholtz's Reads

Fintech, Bernie and the Bull Market

Here are your Thursday reads.

Uh oh: There’s red on the screens this morning -- a Japanese import -- as we assemble our morning train reads; read safely!

  • The U.S. Is in the Midst of a Historic Bull Market (Bloomberg)
  • Average Fund Costs Continue to Decline in 2015 (Morningstar)
  • Is Fintech Finally Gaining Ground? (Knowledge@Wharton)
  • Too much feedback (Bason Asset Management)
  • How Companies Use Strategically Timed Announcements to Confuse the Market (Harvard Business Review)
  • Home Sellers in U.S. Enjoy Highest Price Gains Since 2007 (World Property Journal)
  • The World Needs More U.S. Government Debt (Bloomberg View)
  • The Bernie effect? A new poll shows young voters see a big role for government (Washington Post), see also Bernie Sanders is profoundly changing how millennials think about politics, poll shows (Wonkblog)
  • Donald Trump has killed Reaganomics. And that’s okay. (The Week)
  • SkySafe will knock that annoying drone out of the sky with wireless magic (Re/code)

What are you reading?

And the Nominees Are...

4.28

Source: USA Today

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