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Ritholtz's Reads: Gold's Appeal Wanes

Here are your Wednesday train reads.

The New York Mets go up 3-0 over the Cubs! Murphy’s law suggests you should dive into our morning train reads: 

• Gold’s Role as Safe-Haven Investment Wanes (WSJ

• Fed’s Williams Sees Reasons to Increase Rates Soon and Slowly (Bloombergbut see NY Fed’s Dudley says too early to think about a rate rise (Reuters

• Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘Massive Change’ Is Coming to the Auto Industry (Re/code

• Low Interest Rates Are Here to Stay (Bloomberg View

• The Ideological Flip Over Shareholder Primacy and Corporate Citizenship (Columbia Blue Sky Blog

• Why Google Ventures didn’t invest in Theranos (Business Insider

• New hope for cancer medicine: Researchers have found a way to fine-tune treatments that use a patient’s own immune system to attack cancer.  (Cosmos

• The Freedom Caucus’ Unprecedented Insurgency: At least since the Civil War, there hasn’t been a faction fighting both parties at the same time. (Politico

• The future of fantasy sports depends on this one question (Wonkblog

• Defying a Taboo, Trump Condemns George W. Bush for 9/11 attacks (Newsweek

What are you reading? 

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Source: Forbes

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