Ritholtz's Reads

Bubbles, Ballparks and How to Get Rich

Here are your morning reads.

My Manhattanhenge morning train reads:

  • How economics became a religion (the Guardian)
  • 4 Signs of a Bubble (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • The Quantitative, Data-Based, Risk-Massaging Road to Riches (New York Times)
  • Wanna Get Rich? Think Fractally (Of Dollars and Data)
  • U.S. Agency Moves to Allow Class-Action Lawsuits Against Financial Firms (DealBook)
  • You Can Pay for a Ballpark Without Fleecing Taxpayers (Bloomberg View)
  • Paying Professors: Inside Google’s Academic Influence Campaign (Wall Street Journal)
  • How Fender Is Reinventing Online Guitar Lessons For The Age Of Distraction (Fast Company)
  • Look At The Donald Trump Jr. Timeline (TPM); see also Even in the take-no-prisoners world of opposition research, Trump Jr.’s meeting was highly unusual (Washington Post)
  • Sorry, Instagram. YouTubers Are the Key New Influencers in Travel (Bloomberg)

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