10 Friday AM Reads

Is this insane week nearly over already? Get set for your weekend, with our expertly curated morning train reads:

• Revenge of the mom and pop investors (Fortune) see also You’re Not Listening To Robert Shiller If His CAPE Ratio Has You Scared Of Stocks (Business Insider)
• Helicopter money (Mainly Macro)
• Nobody Knows Nothing (Irrelevant Investor) see also Lies Investors Tell Themselves (A Wealth of Common Sense)
• Investors Growing Skeptical of Hedge Fund Benefits (CIO)
• The Daily Routines of Geniuses (Harvard Business Review)
• On the inevitability of war between the West and the Islamic State (Pieria)
• The UNC fake class investigation and the ‘myth’ of the student-athlete (WaPo)
• The Best Day to Buy Airline Tickets (WSJ)
• Thirty-Three-Hit Wonder: Billy Joel still lives on Long Island, still rules the Garden. (The New Yorker)
Satire: Tracking Ebola In The U.S. (The Onion)

What are you reading?




Majority of Bank Risk Managers Are Worried About the Wealth Gap BN-FD601_inequa_G_20141022161243

Source: Real Time Economics

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