Ritholtz's 10 Tuesday Reads: Market Paradoxes and Retirement Myths

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 beginning of this four-day week:

  • Three Market Paradoxes (Fidelity)
  • Maybe There's Life in the Old Bull Market Yet (NY Times) but see What Mr. Bond Is Telling the Market (Financial Post)
  • Hedge Funds' Investing Prowess Doesn't Live Up to Billing. (WSJ)
  • Three Reasons Why Europe Deserves Another Look (BlackRock)
  • Investor Education Is 'Futile,' 'Totally Discredited' (ThinkAdvisor)
  • Bots Were Responsible For Bitcoin's Stratospheric Ascent, Anonymous Report Claims (GigaOm) see also As Details of Gold Manipulation Come to Light, Price Action Makes More Sense (Kid Dynamite's World)
  • Master's Degrees Are As Common Now As Bachelor's Degrees Were In the '60s (Vox)
  • Five Myths About Retirement: It's likely to cost a lot more than you think it will. (WSJ) see also Many Americans Fear Going Broke In Retirement (USA Today)
  • Why Hollywood Loves Dystopian Science Fiction (Priceonomics)
  • "Let's, Like, Demolish Laundry" (NY Mag)

What's got your attention this morning?

Bond Market Flips the Script on Risk and Reward

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Barry L Ritholtz at britholtz3@bloomberg.net