Ritholtz's Reads

Stocks Are Soaring, and Other Good Problems to Have

Here are your morning reads.

My two-fer-Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Six Trillion Reasons for Stocks’ Rise (Bloomberg Gadflysee also The Market Is High. Beware of Portfolio Drift. (New York Times)
  • I’m buying gold. This is not a typo. (Irrelevant Investor)
  • Uber’s New CEO (Stratechery) see also Tesla’s Push to Build a Self-Driving Car Sparked Dissent Among Its Engineers (Wall Street Journal)
  • What Do the Best Investors Do That the Rest Don’t? (Behavioral Value Investor)
  • Trump’s Tax Cuts Delight Wall Street as Debt Worries Fade (Bloombergsee also Born-Again Fiscal Hawks Turn Into Doves (Bloomberg View)
  • How to go to college for free in America (Quartz)
  • Artificial intelligence risks (Statistical Ideas) see also A Handful of Tech Companies Decide Who Has Free Speech Online. That’s Not Good. (Inc)
  • Jason Morgan Remembers Discovering Earth’s Tectonic Plates (Quanta)
  • Bidding wars in July: Fevered Portland homebuyers pay more than asking price (The Oregonian) see also Portland Amazon offices include AWS Elemental (The Oregonian)
  • The Unprecedented Flooding in Houston, in Photos (The Atlantic)

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