Ritholtz's Reads

Figuring Out the Fed and a Few Life Lessons

Here are your morning reads.

Happy Friday the 13th! Stay lucky with our morning train reads:

  • Davos Wonders If It’s Part of the Problem: Did the global elite’s devotion to borderless capitalism sow the seeds of a populist backlash? (Bloomberg)
  • Great to See You, Active Management -- Are You Still Alive? (Wealth of Common Sense)
  • What the Fed’s move may mean: The Fed raised rates, and expects the pace of hikes to pick up in 2017. What could it mean for bonds? (Fidelity)
  • Jason Furman, Obama’s chief economist, talks about his biggest triumphs and biggest regrets (Vox)
  • Advisors Should Aim For Simplicity and Avoid Pretentious Jargon (Teachable Moment)
  • Daryl Morey, Basketball’s Billy Beane (Waiter’s Pad); see also Evidence-based free throw shooting (Abnormal Returns)
  • What "The Founder" Can Teach Us About Starting a Business (Wall Street Journal)
  • How State-Sponsored Blackmail Works in Russia: The art of kompromat, a practice that seems to have migrated across the Atlantic (the Atlantic)
  • Lessons From Trump’s Presser: Keep Questions Simple, Seek Specifics (Hollywood Reporter); see also A message to my doomed colleagues in the American media (Medium)
  • 10 Life Lessons We Learn Too Late (Next Avenue)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Brett Steenbarger, clinical psychologist and trading coach who works with such legendary firms as Tudor Investments.

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