Ritholtz's Reads

Economic Realities, Poker Folds and Storytelling

Here are your morning reads.

My Thursday morning train reads:

  • WHO warns of outbreak of virulent new "Economic Reality" virus (Elgar)
  • Simple Rules of Capitalism (Collaborative Fund)
  • Better Investing TV, Come on Down! (bps and pieces)
  • Now Bernstein is warning about passive "asset allocation" decisions, too (Alphavillebut see The Worst-Kept Secret Catches Up to Fund Managers (Bloomberg View)
  • Narrative and Numbers: How a number cruncher learned to tell stories! (Musings on Markets)
  • 1930s-Like Demographic Headwinds Are Restraining the U.S. Economy (Bloomberg)
  • At last, the music industry rediscovers its mojo: After their digital mauling, record labels have finally hit on a winning formula (Financial Times)
  • Poker may be the latest game to fold against artificial intelligence (MIT Technology Review)
  • Takeaways from CES 2017 (Techpinions)
  • Study suggests Earth once had many moonlets -- until they merged to form the moon (Washington Post); see also The Many-Moons Theory (New Yorker)

What are you reading?

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