Ritholtz's Reads

Retirement, Reform and Early Inheritance

Here are your morning reads.

My very early morning train reads:

  • The Hedge Fund Manager Who’s Shorting America’s Malls: Eric Yip is betting on their pain using an obscure index linked to bonds backed by commercial mortgages (Wall Street Journal)
  • How Markets Respond to Tax Reform (Bloomberg View)
  • Is Your Retirement Account Underfunded? (US News)
  • The Low-Inflation World May Be Sticking Around Longer Than Expected (Upshot)
  • And Then There Was Hannity: Bill O’Reilly. Roger Ailes. Megyn Kelly. One by one, the biggest personalities at Fox News have left the building. (Bloomberg Businessweek); see also In Trump era, Rachel Maddow starts beating Fox News (CNN)
  • The Case for Early Inheritance (A Teachable Moment)
  • The first humans in America may not have been Homo sapiens (the Economist)
  • Here’s Why Juicero’s Press is So Expensive (Bolt)
  • These pesky caterpillars seem to digest plastic bags (Washington Post)
  • The universe is filled with warm, fuzzy gas (Bad Astronomy)

What are you reading?

In Dot-Com Bubble Time, It’s Still Only 1997

Source: Bloomberg

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