Ritholtz's Reads: Tesla, Water and Superheroes

Here are your Wednesday reads.

Wake up to the finest morning train reads in the land:

  • You Call This a Bull Market? (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • A Robot Wants Your Job: The investor of the future may already be incubating in a computer lab. Time to adapt to survive. (Chief Investment Officer)
  • We’re running out of water, and the world’s powers are very worried (Reveal)
  • Tesla’s Real Innovation Isn’t the Electric Car: It’s the company’s business practices—and they should make a lot of industries very, very nervous. (Slate)
  • How secretive shell companies shape the U.S. real estate market (Wonkblog)
  • Big Board Aims to Keep an Upstart at Bay, but Copy Its Technology (NYT)
  • Inside the Nondescript Building Where Trillions Trade Each Day (Bloomberg)
  • Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us (Atlantic)
  • 9/11 Investigator says hijackers had help from US-based Saudis – and classified 28-page report may prove it (Raw Story)
  • Behemoth Black Hole Found in an Unlikely Place (NASA), see also The most mysterious star in the universe (TED)

What are you reading?

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