Ritholtz's Reads

Tesla's Insane Stock and Spending With the Stars

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Old economics is based on false "laws of physics" -- new economics can save us (the Guardian)
  • 4 Things That Set Successful CEOs Apart (Harvard Business Review)
  • Where All That Retail Spending Went (Bloomberg View)
  • Why Tesla’s Stock Is in Ludicrous Mode (Slate)
  • How Asset Managers Are Adapting to Exchange-Traded Funds (Alpha Architect); see also ETFs Show Limits in World of Emerging-Market Bonds (Wall Street Journal)
  • Financial advice (and failures) from the stars: Eleven celebrities on how they spend their money (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • Silicon Valley’s sexism problem (the Economist)
  • Cognitive science shows that humans are smarter as a group than they are on their own (Quartz)
  • If you want my attention, pay me (USA Today); see also The Crisis of Attention Theft -- Ads That Steal Your Time for Nothing in Return (Wired)
  • Hollywood’s New Script: You Can’t Make Movies Without China (Wall Street Journal)

What are you reading?

Calpers and private equity

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