Ritholtz's Reads

Drones, Myths and Happy Investors

Here are your morning reads.

My post-Vatican morning train reads:

  • Talent Battle: Hedge Funds vs. Silicon Valley (Wall Street Journal); see also Robo-Advisers Battle Wall Street for Rich Investors (Bloomberg)
  • iPhone Evolution (Above Avalon)
  • The World Is Running Out of Sand (New Yorker)
  • DJI’s tiny new Spark drone is $499 and kind of a big deal (Tech Crunch)
  • Are Shrooms the New Weed? (Esquire); see also Mushrooms Are the Safest Drug You Can Take (Vice)
  • "Anumeric" people: What happens when a language has no words for numbers? (the Conversation)
  • Five myths about Watergate (Washington Post)
  • Why It’s So Hard to Admit You’re Wrong (New York Times)
  • No One Loves Anything as Much as Al Franken Loves Dunking on Ted Cruz (Fusion)
  • Prof. Galloway’s Commencement Speech: No Mercy/No Malice (L2)

What are you reading?

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