Ritholtz's Reads

Microsoft Reboots, Apple Alienates, Voters Switch

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • 2016’s Best- and Worst-Performing Hedge Funds (Bloomberg)
  • Look Who’s Back! Microsoft, Rebooted, Emerges as a Tech Leader (Wall Street Journal)
  • How Apple Alienated Mac Loyalists (Bloomberg)
  • Companies are making billions in lithium mining. But these indigenous people are being left out. (Washington Post); see also The batteries in your favorite devices are literally covering Chinese villages in black soot (Washington Post)
  • U.S. Business Cycle Risk Report (Capital Spectator)
  • Dalio: Reflections on the Trump Presidency, One Month after the Election (LinkedIn)
  • Whistle-Blowers Spur Companies to Change Their Ways (New York Times)
  • 2016 Annual Report (America’s Health Rankings); see also The 5 healthiest and unhealthiest states in America (Becker’s Hospital Review)
  • Voters Really Did Switch To Trump At The Last Minute (FiveThirtyEight)
  • This Deep Sea Fisherman Posts His Discoveries on Twitter and OH MY GOD KILL IT WITH FIRE (Gizmodo)

What are you reading?

Total U.S. Retailers’ Earnings

Source: Moody's

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