Ritholtz's 10 Thursday Reads: Cheating on Your Taxes and Monty Python
Good morning! Here are some reads to start your Thursday:
- How to Cheat on Your Taxes (Newsweek)
- Record Europe Dividends Keep $3 Trillion From Factories (Bloomberg)
- Dimon: Ending QE will send rates to 5 percent on the 10-year Treasury bond (Fortune)
- Important Differences Between 2007 and 2014 (Reformed Broker)
- Opening the Box on Tech Stocks' Next Move (WSJ)
- This Part of Your Brain Makes You Fall for Casino Tricks (Pacific Standard)
- What the U.S. Would Look Like With No Minimum Wage (Vox)
- The 5 Things to Do About the New Heartbleed Bug (The Atlantic) see also Heartbleed (Schneier on Security)
- Global Solar Dominance in Sight as Science Trumps Fossil Fuels (Telegraph)
- Monty Python Reinvented British Comedy (The Guardian)
What are you reading?
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