Ritholtz's Reads

Tax Shelters, Apple Music and Nightmares

Here are your morning reads.

My Jewish New Year morning reads:

  • How Donald Trump Turned the Tax Code Into a Giant Tax Shelter (New York Times)
  • The Difference Between a Bubble and a Cycle (Collaborative Fund)
  • Is The Yield Curve Flattening? Does It Even Matter? (Capital Spectator)
  • Swedroe: The Dangerous Educational Gap (ETF.com)
  • The Art Is Not in Making Money, But in Keeping It (Teachable Moment)
  • Your Smartphone’s Future, Here (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Inside Apple Music’s Second Act: A year into its battle for users -- and the trust of record labels -- on what’s working, what’s not, and its controversial plan to shape the industry’s future. (BuzzFeed)
  • Trump’s bad week is a "nightmare" for the GOP (Washington Post)
  • Grit vs. Goliath: A Reporter’s Dogged Pursuit of Roger Ailes (New York Times)
  • Ranking the Most Beloved TV Shows That Got Canceled (Priceonomics)

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