Ritholtz's Reads: The Art of Avoiding Taxes
It's very much a Two-for-Tuesday in our morning train reads:
- The “Misery Index” is at its lowest level since 1959 (Bloomberg)
- This is Tim: Apple’s CEO in his own words (Six Colors) see also Apple’s very strong 2nd-quarter earnings report in charts (Quartz)
- China’s True Growth Is a Mystery; Economists Weigh the Clues (WSJ)
- Share buybacks: who really benefits? (FT) see also US share buybacks loot the future (FT)
- Want to Avoid U.S. Taxes on $80 Million Warhol? Buy More Art (Bloomberg)
- Could Machines Put Central Bankers Out of a Job? (Real Time Economics) see also Economists: Drop the Signaling Fad (BV)
- Orioles COO John Angelos offers eye-opening perspective on Baltimore protests (USA Today)
- Lessons from the “Flash Crash” regulatory fiasco (Mathematical Investor) see also ‘Flash Crash’ Investigators Likely Missed Clues (WSJ)
- Your Imaginary Relationship With a Celebrity (Pacific Standard)
- Nepal After the Earthquake in Photos (The Atlantic) see also How to help Nepal: 7 vetted charities doing relief work following the earthquake (PRI)
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