Ritholtz's Reads

The Real Jobs Problem, Lies and 'Spinal Tap'

Here are your morning reads.

Our midweek morning train reads:

  • Jamie Dimon: On the Money? (Bloomberg Gadfly); see also “Something Is Wrong” (JPMorgan Chase)
  • How Trader Joe’s Wine Became Cheaper Than Bottled Water (Thrillist)
  • ETFs Are the New Bond Kings (Bloomberg)
  • Here’s the real Rust Belt jobs problem -- and it’s not offshoring or automation (Washington Post)
  • Vanguard: The Evolution Of Active Management (ETF.com); see also Who Killed the Active Fund Manager? (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Inside knowledge: How to tell truth from lies (New Scientist)
  • CNN Had a Problem. Donald Trump Solved It. (New York Times)
  • The secret monopoly behind America’s outrageous drug prices (the Week); see also How Pharma Companies Use "Citizen Petitions" to Keep Drug Prices High (the Atlantic)
  • Living a Lie: We Deceive Ourselves to Better Deceive Others (Scientific American)
  • Harry Shearer: Why My "Spinal Tap" Lawsuit Affects All Creators (Rolling Stone)

What are you reading?

China Surpasses Canada as Top Buyer of U.S. Crude  

Source: Bloomberg

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