Ritholtz's Reads

Black Holes, Young Millionaires and Guy Fieri

Here are your morning reads.

Ahhh, back to work after a week of vacation. My morning train reads:

  • The June Jobs Report in 15 Charts (Real Time Economics); see also The Jobs Recovery May Not Be Flashy, But It’s Strong (FiveThirtyEight)
  • The best performing asset class no one talks about (Reformed Broker)
  • Black Hole of Negative Rates Is Dragging Down Yields Everywhere (Wall Street Journal)
  • How millionaires under 40 manage their money (Washington Post)
  • It’s NOT the economy, stupid: Brexit as a story of personal values (LSE); see also Will Brexit Spark a Constitutional Crisis in the U.K.? Q&A (Bloomberg)
  • 13 Nikola Tesla Quotes for His Birthday (Climateer)
  • The Accidental American Genius of Guy Fieri (New Yorker)
  • Trump and Gingrich connect as outsiders who live on the inside (Washington Post); see also Blaming Trade and Voting Trump in the Rust Belt (New York Times Magazine)
  • How Exercise Shapes You, Far Beyond the Gym (New York)
  • A New Way to See Inside Black Holes (Cornell University Library); see also Black Holes’ Inner Secrets Revealed -- with Math (Space.com)

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