Ritholtz's Reads

Hedge Funds, Millennials and Warren Buffett

Here are your Tuesday reads.

Get ready! It's our two-for-Tuesday morning train reads:

  • How Americans Blow $1.7 Trillion in Retirement Savings (Bloomberg)
  • Sweet little lies: How to read between the lines of companies’ accounts (Economist), see also Valeant May Be Tip of Accounting Iceberg (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Puerto Rico’s debt crisis, explained (Vox)
  • Activists Have Declared War on Hedge Funds — and They Might Be Winning (New York), see also Hedge Funds Under Attack as Cohen Says Skilled People Are Scarce (Bloomberg) 
  • The Dollar is Weakening: Commodity Bulls Rejoice (Barron’s)
  • Millennials love clean energy, fear climate change, and don’t vote. This campaign wants to change that. (Vox), see also Baby Boomers, Just Eclipsed by Millennials, Will Soon Be No. 3 (Real Time Economics)
  • Warren Buffett’s Epic Rant Against Wall Street (MoneyBeat)
  • Bernie’s Failed Revolution (Politico), see also Insiders: Clinton would crush Trump in November (Politico)
  • When gadgets were king (Verge)
  • The inexplicable and relentless rise of cancer-drug prices (Wonkblog), see also The Secret Culprit in the Theranos Mess (Vanity Fair)

What are you reading?

How share repurchases boost earnings without improving returns

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