Ritholtz's Reads

Hot Shots, Revolutions and Hating George Soros

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Investing Hot Shots Can't Time the Market, Either (Bloomberg Gadfly); see also How Millennials Can Prepare For the Next Financial Crisis (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • From Russia With Likes (L2)
  • The strange case of Donald Trump and the missing infrastructure (Financial Times); see also Trump Needs a Win? Infrastructure Should Be a "Gimme" (Bloomberg View)
  • Soros hatred is a global sickness (Financial Times)
  • Female hedge funds outperform those run by men (Financial Times); see also Hedge Funds Flock to Europe, Thinking Worst Is Over (Wall Street Journal)
  • The Most Complicated Simple Problems (Collaborative Fund)
  • The electric car revolution has finally begun … (Classic Driver); see also Is This the Electric Car That's Going to Kill Tesla? (Bloomberg)
  • Trump Gives Conservatives Their Just Comeuppance (New York Times)
  • A Requiem for Florida, the Paradise That Should Never Have Been (Politico); see also The strange story of how Florida’s lawmakers subsidized hurricane insurance (Washington Post)
  • These 11 Pictures of Saturn Will Stun You, Even Now (Bloomberg)

What are you reading?

Unlike the last couple of years, the summer period was relatively quiet for markets

Source: Deutsche Bank

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