Ritholtz's Reads

Investing With a Conscience and Amazing Facts

Here are your morning reads.

My heading-to-Boston morning train plane reads:

  • Hedge Funds Finally Got Some Volatility. It Didn't Help. (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Is Time Running Out for the Swiss Watch Industry? (Wall Street Journal)
  • At this rate, it’s going to take nearly 400 years to transform the energy system (MIT Technology Review)
  • Why It’s So Hard to Invest With a Social Conscience (New York Times
  • These Active Managers Actually Beat the Market, Over Time (Institutional Investor); see also 2017 Active Management Review (Wilshire)
  • How the baby boomers -- not millennials -- screwed America (Vox)
  • Ford’s New Mustang Is No Longer an American Car (Bloomberg)
  • Congress Quashed Research Into Gun Violence. Since Then, 600,000 People Have Been Shot. (New York Times)
  • The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (HBO)
  • 135 Amazing Facts for People Who Like Amazing Facts (Mental Floss)

What are you reading?

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