Ritholtz's Reads

Fiduciary Advice and the World's Worst Problem

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Who’s Stealing From Your Dad Right Now? (Bloomberg)
  • The State of Wealth Management in 2017 (Reformed Broker)
  • Bull Markets Don’t Mean Extra Jobs for Wall Street (DealBook)
  • Fee Study of 525 401(k) Financial Advisers -- Why Trump Can’t Reverse Tide of Fiduciary Advice (Employee Fiduciary)
  • How Seattle Is Dismantling a NIMBY Power Structure (the C Is For Crank); see also Highest Minimum-Wage State Washington Beats U.S. in Job Creation (Bloomberg)
  • Why Your Extra-Safe Car Costs More to Insure (Wall Street Journal)
  • No one knew the world’s worst problem so we spent eight years trying to find it (80,000 Hours)
  • India’s National ID Program May Be Turning The Country Into A Surveillance State (BuzzFeed)
  • The information war is real, and we’re losing it (Seattle Times); see also Tracking the Spread of Misinformation on Twitter after Crisis Events (emComp Laboratory)
  • Science says parents of successful kids have 17 things in common (Business Insider)

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