Ritholtz's Reads

Booms, Flops, Disruptions and Flaws

Here are your morning reads.

My early Chicago morning hotel reads:

  • The ethical investment boom (Financial Times)
  • We Remember Predictions That Come True But Forget the Ones That Flop (Slate)
  • Characteristics of highly accomplished investors (Zen Investor)
  • They’re Coming For Your 401(k) (Reformed Broker)
  • The U.S. remains a low-tax country, even if President Trump keeps oddly saying otherwise (AEI); see also The Incredible Shrinking Corporate Tax Bill (Bloomberg View)
  • Harvey flooded 13 of the U.S.’s most toxic waste sites and the EPA says 11 are still inaccessible (Quartz)
  • Has disruption from e-commerce run its course? (13D Research)
  • If You Think Trump’s Summer Was a Bummer, Wait ’Til Fall Starts (Daily Beast); see also Mueller teams up with New York attorney general in Manafort probe (Politico)
  • Those 3 percent of scientific papers that deny climate change? A review found them all flawed (Quartz)

What are you reading?

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