Ritholtz's Reads

Active Management and Luxury Real Estate

Here are your morning reads.

Welcome back! Start your new year right with our Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Active Management is Back (Barron’sbut see How ETFs Won the Year (Barron’s)
  • Hindsight Capital’s winners and losers over the past 10 years (Financial Times)
  • The Champions of the 401(k) Lament the Revolution They Started (Wall Street Journal); see also Why Your 401(k) Fees Aren’t Lower (Wall Street Journal)
  • Here’s The Threat To Profits For 80% Of Financial Advisors (Investor’s Business Daily)
  • A billion dollar gift for Twitter: Jack asked us for ideas on how to fix Twitter. A coherent plan for fixing Twitter would make millions of people happier, and pick up a billion dollars in market cap along the way. C’mon, it’ll be great! (Medium); see also Twitter’s Identity Crisis Gets in the Way of a Sale (Bloomberg View)
  • 2017 Luxury Real Estate Outlook: Race for Dollar Buyers Amid Oversupply (Mansion Global)
  • Do new 2017 state laws hint at momentum for federal changes as well? (Christian Science Monitor); see also Sen. Elizabeth Warren seeks to pull pot shops out of banking limbo (Denver Post)
  • The Businesses That Platforms Are Actually Disrupting (Harvard Business Review)
  • China’s vow to shut down its ivory trade by the end of 2017 is a "game changer" for elephants (Washington Postbut see Cheetahs are racing toward extinction (Washington Post)
  • Why is there no fake news on LinkedIn? Listen to its editor explain. (Recode)

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