Ritholtz's Reads: Why China Fell So Much
My Tuesday morning train reads:
• Wise investors should be playing the long game (Telegraph)
• The worst idea in the presidential debate: a return to the gold standard (LA Times)
• Deleted: FINRA Erases Many Broker Disciplinary Records (Financial Planning)
• Byron Wien Announces Predictions for Ten Surprises for 2016 (Blackstone)
• How to generate a Golden Age: TV Edition (Digitopoly)
• Trump and His Debts: A Narrow Escape. He cut deal with banks, took cash out of casinos to weather 1990s bind (WSJ) see also Donald Trump’s provocative first TV ad raises the temperature of GOP race (Washington Post)
• How an angry comic who had a coke habit became the Barbara Walters of podcasts (Washington Post)
What are you reading?
Ups and downs
Source: Bespoke Investment Group
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