Ritholtz's Reads

Uber's Dilemma and Exposing the Alt-Right

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Investors Cloud the Crystal Ball (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Hazards Of Individual Stocks (ETF.com); see also Only a Market of Stocks (Irrelevant Investor)
  • What Fintech Can Learn from Decline and Reinvention of High-Frequency Trading (CFA Institute)
  • Worrying About Risk Can Be Very Risky (A Teachable Momentbut see How News and Its Context Drive Risk and Returns around the World (SSRN)
  • The Uber Dilemma (Stratechery)
  • Taibbi: Is Libor, Crucial Financial Benchmark, a Lie? (Rolling Stone); see also Colas: The Dow Jones Is a Useful, If Underused, Roadmap (Bloomberg Prophets)
  • Fossil fuel subsidies are a staggering $5 trillion per year (the Guardian)
  • Sea Level Rise Is Speeding Up in Parts of the Southeastern U.S. (Scientific American); see also It wasn’t even a hurricane, but heavy rains flooded New Orleans as pumps faltered (Washington Post)
  • Lone Twitter User Exposes Identities Of Alt-Right Protest Thugs -- The Firings Begin (Bipartisan Report)
  • The Solar Eclipse vs. Solar Electricity (FiveThirtyEight); see also We’re on our way to a solar-powered future. Hawaii is already living there. (Grist)

What are you reading?

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