Ritholtz's Reads

Bond Markets, Bubbles, Rookies and Lawbreakers

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Gradual Improvements Go Unnoticed (Irrelevant Investor); see also Behind The Impressive Growth Of Small ETF Issuers (ETF.com)
  • Why So Many Overestimate Their Technical Analysis Skills (Price Action Lab)
  • The Quiet Bear Market in Bonds (Bloomberg View); see also Rookie Currency Traders Are Causing Trouble at Crucial Moments (Bloomberg)
  • Retail Store "Bubble" Has Burst and CEOs Search for Answers (Wall Street Journal)
  • Anthony Bourdain Does Not Want to Owe Anybody Even a Single Dollar (WealthSimple); see also How food delivery apps have changed the game for restaurants (LA Times)
  • Internal Metrics Show How Often Uber’s Self-Driving Cars Need Human Help (BuzzFeed)
  • Columnist Jimmy Breslin on Donald Trump (Newsday); see also This is 37% (Medium)
  • How Chip Designers Are Breaking Moore’s Law (Wall Street Journal)
  • The first solar eclipse to cross America in 39 years is coming. To some, it’s an act of God. (Washington Post); see also Eclipse 2017 (NASA)
  • Hail! Hail! Top 10 songs inspired by Chuck Berry (Guardian)

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