Ritholtz's Reads

Self-Examination and Sustainable Alpha

Here are your morning reads.

Winter is here! Start it right with our warming morning train reads:

  • The Year in Money: Record market highs, interest rate hikes, an M&A boom and hardship for the British pound were just some of the defining moments for investors in 2016. (Bloomberg)
  • How Not to Invest (Baseline Scenario); see also Investors’ Self-Examination (Irrelevant Investor)
  • The Long-Term Jobs Killer Is Not China. It’s Automation. (the Upshot)
  • How Cognitive Biases May Lead To Sustainable Alpha (Kitces)
  • Favorite books, articles and podcast episodes of 2016 (Ariadne Wealth Advisors)
  • Apple’s bulletproof Wall Street growth story came to a halt this year (TechCrunch)
  • Memory: The movie that doesn’t exist and the Redditors who insist it does (New Statesman)
  • Politicians’ Most Bogus Science-Related Claims of 2016 (Scientific American); see also Conservatism in the Era of Trump: Where does the right go from here? (National Review)
  • Tesla’s 1.3-Billion-Mile Advantage Over Its Competitors (Bloomberg)
  • The Biggest Shot in NBA History: It wasn’t Michael Jordan’s, Ray Allen’s or any of Robert Horry’s. It was Kyrie Irving’s clutch shot in Game 7 of the NBA Finals -- even if nobody realized. (Wall Street Journal)

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