Ritholtz's Reads

Relentless Bias and Epic Tales

Here are your morning reads.

My independent special counsel investigatory morning train reads:

  • The Relentless Bias Against Donald Trump (Medium)
  • Why does it feel like every time stocks fall a little, they’re going to fall a lot? (Irrelevant Investor)
  • An Epic Trading Tale From Norway (Macro Tourist)
  • Hedge fund manager earnings drop to lowest in a decade (Financial Times)
  • Why Isn’t Automation Eating Jobs? (Real Time Economics); see also What the Jobless Data Say About Stock Performance (Bloomberg View)
  • Companies Steal $15 Billion From Their Employees Every Year (Fast Company)
  • How One Little Cable Company Exposed Telecom’s Achilles’ Heel (Backchannel)
  • How The Pro-Trump Media Responds To A Crisis In Just 4 Steps (BuzzFeed)
  • Is your favorite TV show canceled? A guide to what’s renewed and what’s in jeopardy. (Washington Post)
  • America’s Cars Are All Fast and Furious: These days half of today’s vehicles blow away the baddest rides of the 1970s (Bloomberg); see also This 150-foot-tall "vending machine" will serve you a Ferrari (CNN Money)

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