Ritholtz's Reads: Buffett's Lucky Millionaires Club
Celebrate my birthday with these fine morning train reads:
• Warren Buffett’s Lucky Millionaires Club. Early Berkshire stockholders have used shares to finance children’s educations, buy homes, donate to charity (WSJ)
• 50 Years Isn’t Too Long—To Borrow Cheaply: If the Brits see record demand for their 50-year bonds, why shouldn’t Uncle Sam go ultra-long? (Barron’s)
• The 401(k) Crisis Is Getting Worse (Bloomberg)
• Daniel Kahneman on Intuition and the Outside View (Compounding My Interests)
• Venture Capital and the Internet’s Impact (Stratechery)
• The real reason germs spread in the winter (BBC)
What are you reading?
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