Ritholtz's Reads

Day One for the Economy and Testing the Waters

Here are your morning reads.

Ready for the next four years? If not, try to get up to speed with our morning train reads:

  • Sixty-Seven Numbers That Define the Obama Era (Pacific Standard); see also Day One for Donald Trump’s Economy, in Charts (Real Time Economics)
  • Love Trump? Hate Him? That’s No Way to Invest. (Bloomberg View)
  • How Hedge Funds Get Rich (Hint: It’s Not Their Returns) (Of Dollars and Data)
  • Vanguard Is as Successful as Ever. So How Much Is Its CEO Making? (Bloomberg)
  • Don’t Let Other Investors Make Up Your Mind (Moneybeat)
  • Inside Pandora’s Quest to Take on Spotify, Apple Music & Amazon (Billboard)
  • Cheaper, better "insurance for everybody"? Good luck with that (LA Times)
  • This Team Runs Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page (Bloomberg)
  • Off Long Island, Wind Power Tests the Waters (New York Times)
  • The Man Who’s Trying to Kill Dark Matter (Wired)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Charley Ellis, former chairman of the Yale endowment and Vanguard board member and all-around finance legend. 

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