Ritholtz's 10 Friday Reads: Being a Better Valentine
What a week. It's almost over so pack the SPF 50, one day until vacation!
• How to Be a Better Valentine, Through Economics (Economix)
• 77 Reasons You’re Awful at Managing Money (Motley Fool) see also Warren Buffett is laughing at you for selling (MarketWatch)
• Robots won’t make you rich (for long) (FT Alphaville)
• Excluding Cash, Google Is Now More Valuable Than Apple (Ashraf Eassa) but see Apple Took 87 Percent of Mobile Phone Profits Last Quarter (IBD)
• Pandora Suit May Upend Century-Old Royalty Plan (NY Times)
• The permanent scars of economic pessimism (Antonio Fatas on the Global Economy) see also What Does “Keynesian” Mean? (Uneasy Money)
• Jason Furman is the biggest nerd in the White House. And a juggler. And Matt Damon’s former roommate. (Washington Post)
• The New Late-Night Landscape (WSJ) see also 32 Famous People Rejected by Saturday Night Live (Mental Floss)
• Where an oyster comes from really affects the way it looks and tastes, says Jeremy Sewall of Boston’s Row 34 (WSJ)
• The Good Ship Galleon (Turney Duff)
What’s up for the three day (or longer) weekend?
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