Ritholtz's Reads: Yale's Endowment, Bill Murray and Tesla
(Bloomberg View) -- You made it to the end of the week -- now finish strong with our morning train reads:
- Making Billions With One Belief: The Markets Can’t Be Beat (Wall Street Journal)
- Why are investors paying millions to bet against Tesla? (Vice)
- Here’s how Yale’s endowment left its Ivy League rivals behind (MarketWatch)
- A good time to do a reality check on your retirement savings (Washington Post)
- SEC preparing large-scale review of exchange traded fund industry (Financial Times)
- How the “post-truth” election has put a strain on America’s fact-checkers (Vice); see also Meet The Trump Movement’s Post-Truth, Post-Math Anti-Nate Silver (BuzzFeed)
- The West Is Burning, And Climate Change Is Partly To Blame (FiveThirtyEight)
- The Most Important WikiLeaks Revelation Isn’t About Hillary Clinton (New Republic)
- The greatest role of Bill Murray’s life has been playing Bill Murray (Washington Post); see also I tried to reach Bill Murray for weeks. Here’s what happened when he finally called me back. (Washington Post)
- Everything You Need to Know About Ski Season (Bloomberg)
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