Ritholtz's Reads

Bubbles, Breakouts and the Next Babe Ruth

Here are your morning reads.

Back from the beach? Return to the madness with our morning train reads:

  • A Bubble Every Seven Years (L2but see A Few Charts and a Few Thoughts on Breakouts (Irrelevant Investor)
  • ETFs and Mutual Funds Square Off in the Post-Fiduciary-Rule World (Wall Street Journal)
  • Clements: Ways the Smart Money Thinks About the Dumb Money (Humble Dollar)
  • Tick, Tick, Tick: For Active Funds, It’s Time to Adapt (or Die) (Morningstar)
  • Americans Feel Good About the Economy, Not So Good About Trump (Bloomberg)
  • Moneyball for Dead Celebs: This $5 Billion Business Sells Elvis and Michael Jackson (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • How Fake News Goes Viral -- Here’s the Math (Scientific American)
  • 13 charts reveal Donald Trump’s Twitter habits -- from his favorite topics to time of day (Business Insider)
  • What Robert Mueller Learned From Enron (New York Times)
  • Is Aaron Judge The Next Babe Ruth … or will the regression monster get him? (FiveThirtyEight)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Ed Thorp, the math professor who "Beat the Dealer" and "Beat the Market," then became the first true quant hedge fund manager. His new autobiography is "A Man for All Markets."

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