UF Weekend Reads

June 2, 2012

A beautiful summer day in the New York area and the jinx is broken. What jinx, you ask? Well if you’re a long suffering Mets fan you know what I mean–finally a no-hitter. #LETSGOMETS! Oh and yes, here is Sam Forgione’s latest edition of weekend reads. Also don’t forget to follow Sam on Twitter @samuelforgione


From The Atlantic:

William D. Cohan challenges popular beliefs on the cause of the 2008 financial crisis.

From BusinessWeek:

ETFs are becoming increasingly risky to retail investors, Christopher Condon writes.

From The New York Times:

A strong investment sense helps when owning a baseball team, Paul Sullivan writes.

From Vanity Fair:

Joseph Stiglitz examines the roots of wealth inequality.

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