Ritholtz's Reads

Bull Markets and Serial Killers

Here are your morning reads.

Back to work with our morning train reads:

  • The Quants Run Wall Street Now: For decades, investors imagined a time when data-driven traders would dominate financial markets. That day has arrived. (Wall Street Journal)
  • This bull market might not be hated, but it still isn’t trusted (CNBC)
  • Beware Shorting Impeachments (Global Macro Monitor)
  • Goldilocks Is in the House: Synchronized global growth is driving the markets, but big problems still loom. (Barron’s)
  • Shiller: How Tales of "Flippers" Led to a Housing Bubble (the Upshot)
  • "The Internet Is Broken": @ev Is Trying to Salvage It (New York Times)
  • What Donald Trump Needs to Know About Bob Mueller and Jim Comey (Politico)
  • Thanks to Genetic Testing, Everyone Could Soon Have a Pre-Existing Condition (Slate)
  • Serial Killers Should Fear This Algorithm: Thomas Hargrove is building software to identify trends in unsolved murders using data nobody’s bothered with before. (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • High Ground Is Becoming Hot Property as Sea Level Rises (Scientific American); see also Thanks to global warming, Antarctica is beginning to turn green (Washington Post)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with famed entrepreneur and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz.

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