Smart Money columnist Barry Ritholtz says the debate over whether Facebook’s algorithms influenced the presidential election is misplaced. It’s more about human cognitive issues, writes Ritholtz – and thus is another lesson for investors.
Smart Money columnist Barry Ritholtz says the debate over whether Facebook’s algorithms influenced the presidential election is misplaced. It’s more about human cognitive issues, writes Ritholtz – and thus is another lesson for investors. Matt Rourke Associated Press file
Smart Money columnist Barry Ritholtz says the debate over whether Facebook’s algorithms influenced the presidential election is misplaced. It’s more about human cognitive issues, writes Ritholtz – and thus is another lesson for investors. Matt Rourke Associated Press file

Facebook’s algorithms didn’t tilt the election – but there are lessons for investors

November 18, 2016 08:32 AM

UPDATED November 18, 2016 01:49 PM

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