Ritholtz's Reads: Tesla's Model 3 and Hillary's Honesty

Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. He founded Ritholtz Wealth Management and was chief executive and director of equity research at FusionIQ, a quantitative research firm. He blogs at the Big Picture and is the author of “Bailout Nation: How Greed and Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shook the World Economy.”
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My two-for-Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Meet Tesla’s Model 3, Its Long-Awaited Car for the Masses (Wired), see also Tesla’s Model 3 Lives Up to the Hype (Bloomberg)
  • Simple vs Complex (Reformed Broker)
  • What Wall Street, Insurance Companies Don’t Want Congress to Know re: DOL Fiduciary Rule (Scholarly Financial Planner), see also The Fiduciary Standard Is Far From Enough (ThinkAdvisor)
  • Accounting’s 21st Century Challenge: How to Value Intangible Assets (WSJ)
  • How Machines Destroy (And Create!) Jobs, In 4 Graphs (NPR), see also Media’s Digital Upheaval in 6 Charts (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Financial-Crisis Panel Suggested Criminal Cases Against Stan O’Neal, Charles Prince, AIG Bosses (WSJ)
  • Leaked documents show strong business support for raising the minimum wage (Wonkblog), see also The Real Lesson from $15? America’s Trickle-Down Experiment Has Failed (Civic Skunk Works)
  • The inside story of how Amazon created Echo, the next billion-dollar business no one saw coming (Business Insider)
  • This may shock you: Hillary Clinton is fundamentally honest (Guardian), see also Hillary Clinton's file (PolitiFact)
  • “[…] is a toy” (Medium)

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