Ritholtz's Reads

Meltdowns, Doomsday and Stuffing Ourselves Silly

Here are your morning reads.

My pre-travel morning train reads:

  • Personalization Helps Retailers; Too Bad They’re Terrible at It (Bloomberg Gadfly); see also Retail Apocalypse Can Lead to Suburban Renaissance (Bloomberg View)
  • Public Banking Goes to Pot (Utne Reader)
  • Unforgiving light on fees and charges alarms asset managers (Financial Times)
  • Not All Alternative Strategies Are Created Equal (WisdomTree)
  • German Meltdown: Everyone Loses in Coalition Collapse (Spiegel)
  • Are You a "Testosterone" or a "Dopamine"? (Wall Street Journal)
  • An Open Letter to the FCC (Medium)
  • Seven reasons to be suspicious of the DOJ lawsuit to stop AT&T from buying CNN (Washington Post)
  • Antarctica’s doomsday glaciers could be more vulnerable than we thought (Grist)
  • What Happens When We Stuff Ourselves At Holiday Time? (Popular Science)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Felix Zulauf, founder and president of Zulauf Asset Management AG. He founded the firm in 1990, focusing on macro and strategic issues, and now runs Zulauf Consulting, managing his own wealth in a family office.

Breadth of the Stock Market Shows It’s Not 1999 All Over Again 

Source: Bloomberg

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