Ritholtz's Reads

Ping Pools, Permabears and the Patriots' Path

Here are your morning reads.

My annual offsite morning train reads:

  • Parabolic Moves Don’t End By Going Sideways (Macro Tourist); see also S&P 500 Must Drop 50 Percent For Permabears To Break Even (Price Action Lab)
  • Trader VIP Clubs, "Ping Pools" Take Dark Trades to New Level (Bloomberg)
  • The Apple Cash FAQ (Asymco)
  • Fidelity’s 2017 Comeback (Morningstar)
  • GE, Victim of a Short-Term Mind-Set (Wall Street Journalbut see Judging GE’s Jeff Immelt Versus Jack Welch (Bloomberg View)
  • After All the Talk About a Skills Shortage in the U.S. Job Market, the Real Problem May Be an Employer Shortage (Slate)
  • The best border wall is a legal marijuana market (Quartz)
  • In Colorado, a glimpse of renewable energy’s insanely cheap future (Vox)
  • “Very high level of confidence” Russia used Kaspersky software for devastating NSA leaks (Yahoo Finance)
  • The Patriots’ Super Bowl Path Is the Easiest in Modern NFL History (FiveThirtyEight)

What are you reading?

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