Ritholtz's Reads

Fake News, Bad News and News We Don't Know Yet

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Howard Marks: Nobody knows what will happen. (Finanz und Wirtschaft)
  • Hedge Funds Ain’t Dead Yet (Wall Street Journalbut see Hedge funds keep accidentally naming themselves after gory, swindling, incestuous Greek gods (Quartz)
  • Invesco Buys Guggenheim’s ETFs: Invesco’s PowerShares is still a distant No. 4, but the $1.2 billion deal was a smart move for the long term. (Barron’s)
  • How Active Fund Managers Can Get Their Groove Back (Bloomberg View); see also 5 Things Active Fund Managers Should Do (Bloomberg View)
  • The real problem with credit reports is the astounding number of errors (Brookings)
  • The Story of the USS Pension Fiasco (Institutional Investor); see also Shining Light on Hefty Fees to Outside Managers of Public Pension Funds (NJ Spotlight)
  • South Korea’s Looming Crisis (Project Syndicate)
  • America’s unique gun violence problem, explained in 17 maps and charts (Vox); see also How to Prevent Gun Deaths? Where Experts and the Public Agree (the Upshot)
  • Slack’s CEO has big plans for using AI to keep people from getting overwhelmed by information (MIT Technology Review)
  • Facebook’s Frankenstein Moment (New York Times); see also Obama tried to give Mark Zuckerberg a wake-up call over fake news on Facebook (Los Angeles Times)

What are you reading?

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