Ritholtz's Reads: Cheap Gas and Zombie Oil Fields
The week is coming to an end, as is the calendar year. I'm off to sunnier climes for a few weeks, and probably wont have much to say until the new year. Here's one of our last morning train reads to round out the year:
- How North Korea, one of the world’s poorest countries, got so good at hacking (Vox) but see Wait, North Korea DIDN’T do it? (Media Equalizer)
- Buffett and Munger on How to be a Hack (Wealth of Common Sense)
- Norris: What happens when you turn over regulatory responsibilities to people who think there is really no need for regulation? Crises (NYT)
- Cheap gas makes suburban houses more valuable (Washington Post) see also Bankers See $1 Trillion of Zombie Investments Stranded in the Oil Fields (Bloomberg)
- The Perils of Short-Term Bias and the Importance of Feeding the Brain (TraderFeed)
- Did the Auto Industry Learn Anything From the Bailout? (Bloomberg View)
- The 50 Most Shared Facebook Posts Of 2014 (Buzzfeed)
- Admire someone? Write them an email, you might be surprised. (Signal v. Noise)
- My holiday gift to you: Mercedes Benz Mixed Tape Download Compilation (Elias Lange)
- Andrew Luck: The NFL’s Most Perplexing Trash Talker (WSJ)
What are you reading?
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