Ritholtz's Reads

Who's Worried About Passive Investing?

Here are your morning reads.

My taco Tuesday morning train reads:

  • A Few Big Stocks Don’t Tell the Whole Market Story (Bloomberg View); see also SNAFU: Situation Normal, All FANG-ed Up (AQR)
  • Uber: A Timeline of the Company’s Growing List of Problems (Longreads)
  • Why high-cost money managers aren’t worried about the passive investing boom (Yahoo Finance); see also Just Five Stocks Account for Nearly 75 Percent of the Nasdaq’s Plunge (Bloomberg)
  • The Snowballing Power of the VIX, Wall Street’s Fear Index (Wall Street Journal)
  • What Apple showed at WWDC expands computing in new ways (Recode); see also Apple’s Strengths and Weaknesses (Stratechery)
  • Factories Won’t Bring Back the American Dream (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • No, you’re not entitled to your opinion (the Conversation); see also To err is human; so is the failure to admit it (the Economist)
  • How Russia Targets the U.S. Military (Politico)
  • In Watergate, One Set of Facts. In Trump Era, Take Your Pick. (New York Times); see also My Lawyers Got Trump to Admit 30 Lies Under Oath (Bloomberg View)
  • Inside Walt Mossberg’s gadget museum (the Verge)

What are you reading?

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