Ritholtz's Reads

How to Beat the Grim Reaper of Retail

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Major indexes haven’t gone a calendar year without a pullback of at least 5% in at least 30 years (Wall Street Journal)
  • Why the grim reaper of retail hasn’t come to claim Best Buy (Los Angeles Times)
  • The Financial Industry Needs to Start Planning for the Next 50 Years, Not the Next Five (Harvard Business Review)
  • Stop Talking About Your Generation: Millennials and boomers grew up under very different economic conditions (Bloomberg View)
  • A breakdown of Beyonce’s revenue shows how little musicians make from streaming (Quartz)
  • Over 10 years, Martha Stewart has quietly become the perfect blogger (the Verge)
  • The Man Who Got Americans to Eat Trash Fish Is Now a Billionaire (Bloomberg)
  • Atul Gawande on Priorities, Big and Small (Medium)
  • Lawbreaking Particles May Point to a Previously Unknown Force in the Universe (Scientific American)
  • Can the Most Expensive Indie Movie Ever Break Even? (Wall Street Journal)

What are you reading?

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