Ritholtz's Reads

Hedge-Fund Revolt, False Alarms and Avoiding Bar Fights

Here are your morning reads.

My morning plane reads:

• The Golden Era of Hedge Funds Draws to a Close With Clients in Revolt (Bloomberg)

• Many of 2016’s Recession Warning Signs Turned Out to Be Economic False Alarms (Wall Street Journal)

• Investing’s Crowded Conscience (Bloomberg Gadfly)

• Normal Accidents: Stability breed instability (Irrelevant Investor)

• Is Forecasting Always A Folly? (Dash of Insight)see also The Age of Incompetence (Project Syndicate)

• New York’s incredibly expensive new subway explains why we can’t have nice things (Business Insider)

• The Congressional Budget Office has some bad news for Obamacare repealers (Vox)

• Comedies dominated the box office 30 years ago. Where are they now when we need them? (Washington Post)

• The Best Worst Restaurant Reviews of the Past Decade (Bloomberg)

• I’ve Worked Bar Security, Here’s How to Talk Your Way Out of a Bar Fight (Lifehacker)

What are you reading?

Mixing politics and trading

 

mixing it up

Source: Wall Street Journal

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