Ritholtz's Reads

Expert Advice and Disrupting JPMorgan

Here are your morning reads.

My pre-testimony, he said “What?!” morning train reads:

  • Initial Comments on James Comey’s Written Testimony (Lawfare); see also It’s Comey vs. Trump Partisans (Bloomberg View)
  • Dividends by the Numbers in May 2017 (Political Calculations)
  • Amazon Lowers Prime Membership Rate For Low-Income Customers (NPR)
  • Why You Still Can’t Trust Your Financial Adviser: Fiduciary rule in doubt, seeking professional advice on your money remains a dangerous proposition (Bloomberg)
  • How Markets Got The Jobs Report Completely Wrong (Investor's Business Daily); see also Why are analysts crowing about our crummy job market? (the Week)
  • Jamie Dimon Wants This Guy to Disrupt JPMorgan (Bloomberg)
  • A Japanese stranger saved my family from the Holocaust. How can I repay him? (Quartz)
  • Reality Check: Companies Need to Invest in Wages and Training (Strategy+Business)
  • What’s It Really Like to Cook for a Powerful Restaurant Critic (Grub Street)
  • This Is the Future of Business-Class Seats (Bloombergbut see Inside the Factory Building the World’s Smallest, Cheapest Private Jet (Wired)

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