My afternoon train reading:
• Are Speculative Bubbles Good? (New Yorker)
• Most investors have no idea what they’re doing (MarketWatch)
• Predicting economic turning points (Vox)
• Walmart On Welfare (National Memo)
• CME Gave High-Frequency Traders Peek at Market, Lawsuit Claims (Bloomberg)
• Krawcheck: Top Rookie Manager Mistakes (That Make You Look Like a Jerk) (LinkedIn)
• Why Do We Eat, and Why Do We Gain Weight? (New Yorker)
• Renewables, Nuclear Must Triple to Save Climate, UN Says (Bloomberg)
• How Google learned to stop worrying and mastered the Washington lobbying game (Washington Post)
• Everything You Need to Know About High-Frequency Trading (The Atlantic) see also ‘Flash Boys’: Michael Lewis does it again (Washington Post)
Whats for Seder?
Category: Financial Press
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