Ritholtz's Reads

Disruptions, Bans, Processes and Nerds

Here are your morning reads.

It's Groundhog Day, where we get up and do it all over again tomorrow. No redos in our morning train reads:

  • ETFs Are Like Politics. The Radical Gets Normalized. (Bloomberg View)
  • Target Date Funds: What’s Under the Hood? (Center for Retirement Research)
  • Shooting Yourself in the Foot with Socially Responsible Investing (Alpha Architect); see also How corporations are changing our freshwater future (GreenBiz)
  • The Short Seller Who Crushed Valeant Has Picked His Next Target (Bloomberg)
  • The biggest disruptive threat to venture capital is when the very best founders realize they do not need VCs (Bryce)
  • The Corporate Reaction to the Muslim Ban Has Been Feeble. Here Are Four Companies That Did It Right. (Slate)
  • This is Why You Need a Process (Wealth of Common Sense)
  • How Immigrants Have Made America a Leader in Technology Innovation (Chronicle of Higher Education); see also Why Do We Expect Silicon Valley to Reject Trump? (New York)
  • Imperial melting pot: how a new book reveals the remarkable history of Istanbul (New Statesman)
  • Matt Ryan: Revenge of the Quarterback Nerd (Wall Street Journal)

What are you reading?

Facebook’s Growth Looks Unstoppable (For Now)

Source: Fortune

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