Ritholtz's Reads

Steaks, Crackdowns, Bonuses and Deals

Here are your morning reads.

Heckuva week! Finish it strong with our free-range morning train reads:

  • How you order your steak says a lot about you (Tiny Letter)
  • Sustainable Sources of Competitive Advantage (Collaborative Fund)
  • Asset managers face corporate governance crackdown (Financial Times)
  • Trump Makes Bonuses Fat Again (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Here’s a handy cheat sheet of false and misleading “news” sites (Quartz); see also False, Misleading, Clickbait-y, and Satirical “News” Sources (Google Docs)
  • Across Texas, growing clusters of unvaccinated children (Texas Tribune)
  • Progress Isn’t Natural: Humans invented it -- and not that long ago. (the Atlantic)
  • Nature’s Best Photography Awards: A new Smithsonian exhibit showcases striking images of bears, leopards and more. (Wall Street Journal)
  • Black Friday’s Inside Secret: Same Deals Every Year (Wall Street Journal)
  • Burning petrol and cash, the Grand Tour begins: Jeremy Clarkson and fellow Top Gear emigres return to our screens with their long-awaited debut on Amazon Prime (Guardian)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist and head of the emerging markets equity team at Morgan Stanley.

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