Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Welcome to Spring

Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist writing about finance, the economy and the business world. He started the Big Picture blog in 2003 and is the founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management, an asset management and financial planning firm.
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Some reads for the first day of spring:

• Analysts React: 'You Have to Read This Statement as Risk Off' (MoneyBeat) see also How Long is Six Months, Really? (Real Time Economics)
• Eisinger: The "revolt of the Muppets" is heating up. (DealBook)
• The Bearishness of the Eurodollar Chart Cannot Be Overemphasized! (Peter L. Brandt)
• The Bankers Behind FDR and the Glass-Steagall Act (Fortune)
• The Dismal Art: Economic Forecasting (Democracy Journal) see also Which Is Better, Data or Theory? (Noahpinion)
• Letters to a Young Analyst (Gum Road)
• Michael Milken, Financier and Philanthropist -- and ex-con (Columbia Journalism Review)
• Wearing Apple (Furbo)
• How 1,280 artworks stolen by the Nazis remained hidden in a Munich apartment until 2012 (Vanity Fair)
• A new wireless home audio system aims to make music much more searchable. How does it perform? (WSJ)

What are you reading?

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(Barry Ritholtz writes about finance, the economy and the business world for Bloomberg View. Follow him on Twitter @Ritholtz.)

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