Ritholtz's Reads: Going Sideways and a Banker’s Guide to Art

(Bloomberg) -- My back-to-work morning train reads:

  • The Unemployment Rate Is Meaningless. Here’s What You Should Look at Instead (Slate)
  • Inside the World’s Most Elite (and Secret) Traders’ Club (Bloomberg)
  • Bullish or bearish? Investors have a third choice: sideways. (Barron’s)
  • The Free Trips Your Financial Adviser Takes Could Cost You (MoneyBeat)
  • Some Active Managers Smile at the Index-Fund Robots (Wall Street Journalbut see A Small College’s Endowment Manager Beat Harvard With Index Funds (Bloomberg)
  • “Safety,” yes; “sorry,” no: What Mark Zuckerberg did — and didn’t — say in his F8 keynote (MIT Technology Review)
  • The new film “RBG” reveals how Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a meme — and why that’s so surprising (Washington Post)
  • Anthropocene began with species exchange between Old and New Worlds (the Conversation)
  • Beyond THC and CBD: Meet the New Cannabinoids on the Block (Merry Jane)
  • The Banker’s Guide to Art (BBC)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Benedict Evans, a partner at Silicon Valley venture capital fund Andreessen Horowitz.

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Ritholtz's Reads: Going Sideways and a Banker’s Guide to Art

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