Ritholtz's Reads

Trump Tweets, Great TV and the Big Picture

Here are your morning reads.

My back-on-the-East Coast morning train reads:

  • How "Billions" Became One of TV’s Best Shows (Decider)
  • Ray Dalio: The Big Picture (LinkedIn)
  • An Algorithm, an ETF and an Academic Study Walk Into a Bar (Wall Street Journal)
  • You’re Killing It With Your 401(k) — on Autopilot (Bloomberg)
  • Bruce Greenwald: Channeling Graham and Dodd (Barron’s)
  • We Converted $100 Into As Many Currencies As Possible (FiveThirtyEight)
  • Study: Journalists’ Fear of Appearing Biased Benefits Special Interests (ProMarket)
  • Amazon Has Made Seattle Richer and Angrier (Bloomberg View)
  • Trump Accidentally Tweeted Just The Word "We" And It Started A Whole Meme (BuzzFeed)
  • "Rare as winning the lottery": New dinosaur fossil so well-preserved it looks like a statue (Washington Post)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with former L.A. Laker Byron Scott and Freshpet Inc. chairman of the board Charles Norris, co-authors of "Slam-Dunk Success: Leading From Every Position on Life’s Court."

We converted $100 into as many currencies as possible

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