Ritholtz's Reads

Conversions, Quests and Funds, Funds, Funds

Here are your morning reads.

My West Coast, not-so-early morning traffic reads:

  • What’s My Investing Fee? A Frustrating Quest (Wall Street Journal)
  • Ex-LTCM trader on his unexpected conversion to passive investing (Financial Timesbut see Active and passive funds: the power of both (Fidelity)
  • 5 Things Active Fund Managers Should Do (Bloomberg View)
  • Morgan Stanley Purges Vanguard Mutual Funds (AdvisorHub); see also These Go To Four (bps and pieces)
  • The Long, Hard, Unprecedented Fall of Sears (Bloomberg)
  • Inside VW’s Campaign of Trickery (New York Times); see also Tesla Has a Lot More in Store Than the Model 3 (Bloomberg)
  • What’s it like to lose £350m? A rogue trader confesses (the Guardian)
  • Press critic Jay Rosen on how and why the media is normalizing Trump: “The need to be truthful conflicts with the duty to appear neutral” (Salon); see also Trump Does Not Know What It Is to Know (National Review)
  • Why Macron Won and Clinton Lost (Bloomberg View)
  • Colliding clusters of galaxies make waves … gorgeous, gorgeous waves (Syfy Wire); see also Rare supernova discovery ushers in new era for cosmology (Phys)

What are you reading?

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