Ritholtz's Reads

American Gods and Frontiers of Risk

Here are your morning reads.

My FBI-approved morning train reads:

  • For Investors, the President Is Twitter Troll-in-Chief (Bloomberg View); see also Old tweets about “classified information” from GOP and Trump come back to haunt them (NY Daily News)
  • American Gods (Reformed Broker)
  • Swedroe: Sorting Luck From Skill (ETF.com)
  • How Japan proved printing money can be a great idea (Washington Post)
  • The Active Equity Renaissance: New Frontiers of Risk (CFA Institutebut see Mutual Funds Ate the Stock Market. Now ETFs Are Doing It. (Bloomberg)
  • Reckless stock trading leaves Congress rife with conflicts (Politico)
  • Google, Not the Government, Is Building the Future (New York Times)
  • The Weird Thing About Today’s Internet (the Atlantic)
  • It’s the Summer of Rum -- and we need it! (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • “Brandy” Songwriter on How “Guardians of the Galaxy 2” Finally Gave His Hit a Deeper Meaning (Hollywood Reporter)

What are you reading?

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