Ritholtz's Reads

Tales From Buffett and How to Be Great

Here are your morning reads.

Got Trumpcare? No? Well, we’ll always have our morning train reads:

  • Two Wise Men: Stories for Children Inspired by Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger (Safal Niveshak)
  • A clinical test of the 5 most popular Smart Beta factors (Financial Times)
  • Is Being Good the Secret to Being Great? (Morningstar)
  • How the Euro Could Break Up -- or Be Saved (Bloomberg)
  • The New Bond Workouts (SSRN)
  • Google’s “One True Answer” problem -- when featured snippets go bad (Search Engine Land); see also Google’s Featured Snippets Are Worse Than Fake News (the Outline)
  • Timeline: Russia and President Trump (Moyers & Co.)
  • How Anti-Science Forces Thrive On Facebook (BuzzFeed)
  • The discovery of a giant neuron could help explain how the brain creates consciousness (Quartz)
  • Unlike Trump, America Is Kicking Its Well-Done Steak Habit (Chicago Mag); see also Is Wagyu the World’s Most Overrated Steak? (Bloomberg)

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