Ritholtz's Reads

Hot Economies and Curing Trumpism

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • Are robots the future of global finance? (UBS)
  • Five markets charts that matter for investors (Financial Times)
  • The Cost of a Hot Economy in California: A Severe Housing Crisis (New York Times)
  • Perceived Versus Real Risk Tolerance (Aleph Blog); see also Diversification Finally Pays Off (Irrelevant Investor)
  • Why is Alexa a big deal? (Medium)
  • As U.S. pulls back from world, Canada steps up to fill the gap (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Is the President Fit? By that, we mean healthy (Politico)
  • To My Fellow Plutocrats: You Can Cure Trumpism (Politico)
  • The farthest star (Syfy Wire); see also Distant galaxies "lift the veil" on the end of the cosmic dark ages (Phys)
  • The 100 Greatest Props in Movie History, and the Stories Behind Them (Thrillist)

What are you reading?

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