Ritholtz's Reads

Gold Tricks, Nuclear Threats and Kid Rock

Here are your morning reads.

My morning train reads:

  • Howard Marks Gets Bearish (Oaktree Capital)
  • Why Can’t Americans Ditch Checks? (Bloomberg)
  • 11 Great American Companies That Have Totally Lost Control of Their Narrative (24/7 Wall Street)
  • The gold trick (Moneyness)
  • Maybe We’ve Been Thinking About the Productivity Slump All Wrong (the Upshot)
  • The College Course Where the Military Assigns the Homework (Wired); see also How Cyberwarfare Makes Cold Wars Hotter (Wall Street Journal)
  • London’s First Muslim Mayor Takes On Brexit and Terror (New Yorker)
  • John McCain Is the Perfect American Lie (GQ); see also It’s Kid Rock’s Party Now (BuzzFeed)
  • A Stanford University psychologist’s elegant three-step method for creating new habits (Quartz)
  • Michael Lewis: Why the Scariest Nuclear Threat May Be Coming from Inside the White House (Vanity Fair)

What are you reading?

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