Ritholtz's Reads

Savings, Salvation, Honesty and Unicorns

Here are your morning reads.

My from-the-deep-woods-of-Maine morning train reads:

  • Americans keep crushing it with their 401(k)s (Bloomberg); see also Saving for retirement in the most tax-efficient manner possible (USA Today)
  • An Honest Business News Update (Collaborative Fund)
  • Tobacco Investors Just Learned That Trump Isn’t the Salvation of Every Odious Industry (Slate)
  • Rise of the Portfolio Allocators (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Stop Bashing the CBO, Republicans (Bloomberg View); see also Supply-Siders Still Push What Doesn't Work (Bloomberg View)
  • Angry in America: Ugliness and Truth (Medium)
  • Hybrids, Turbos, EVs? Nah, Camry 2.5L Tech Destined For V6, V8 Engines (the Truth About Cars)
  • Here's How Unicorns Trick You Into Thinking They're Real (Bloomberg)
  • Some Pretty Cool Science Is Gonna Happen During The Eclipse (FiveThirtyEight)
  • First Human Embryos Edited in U.S. (Technology Review); see also In Breakthrough, Scientists Edit a Dangerous Mutation From Genes in Human Embryos (New York Times)

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