Ritholtz's Reads

Jungles, Man Problems and Warren Buffett

Here are your morning reads.

Programming note: Ritholtz's Reads will be off tomorrow and Friday for the holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!

My pre-Turkey Day morning train reads:

  • Steven Cohen’s Passive Aggressiveness (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • The Unusual Sights of Manhattan’s Financial District (Atlas Obscura)
  • Welcome to the Annuity Jungle (A Teachable Moment)
  • Outdated 401(k) Rules Are Shortchanging Americans (Bloomberg)
  • Can the US economy return to dynamic and inclusive growth? (McKinsey)
  • Donald Trump lost most of the American economy in this election (Wonkblogbut see Mapping The Hillary Archipelago And Trump’s Ocean (FastCoDesign)
  • The U.S. labor force’s guy problem: Lots of men don’t have a job and aren’t looking for one (LA Times)
  • How Warren Buffett Predicted the Stock Market -- but not the Election (Fortune)
  • How The 2016 Election Blew Up In Facebook’s Face (BuzzFeedbut see Let’s get real. Facebook is not to blame for Trump. (Recode)
  • The marketing genius behind Snap’s new Spectacles (Recode)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Louise Yamada of Yamada Technical Research Advisors.

Wage growth on the move

Source: Bloomberg

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