Ritholtz's Reads

Self-Destruction, Happiness and Big Winners

Here are your morning reads.

I’ve decided to dissolve the council behind my morning train reads to avoid putting pressure on links:

  • Trump’s 7 months of self-destruction (Axios)
  • Is LIBOR, Benchmark for Trillions of Dollars in Transactions, a Lie? (Rolling Stone)
  • The Untold Story of How Gary Cohn Fell for Donald Trump (Vanity Fair)
  • The Mysterious Case of the Missing Internet Billionaire (Bloomberg)
  • North Korea factories humming with "Made in China" clothes, traders say (Reuters); see also In Ukraine, a Malware Expert Who Could Blow the Whistle on Russian Hacking (New York Times)
  • Fiduciary Rule Critics Cry Wolf  (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • The Man Behind The Scenes In Fox News’ Discredited Seth Rich Story (NPR)
  • Inside the Lab That’s Quantifying Happiness (Outside)
  • The Chilling Effects of Openly Displayed Firearms (the Atlantic); see also What Does it Mean to Carry the Swastika Flag? (History News Network)
  • The Baseball Team That Computer Models Can’t Figure Out (Wall Street Journal)

What are you reading?

Junk Bonds of the Financial Crisis Were the Decade’s Biggest Winners

Source: Bloomberg

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