Ritholtz's Reads

Hot Shots, Stealth Wealth and Andy Warhol

Here are your morning reads.

My back-in-the-USA (what time zone are we in?) morning train reads:

  • "We’ve Been Breached": Inside the Equifax hack that sent shock waves through the industry, spooked consumers and sparked investigations (Wall Street Journal)
  • Protecting Andy Warhol From Flood, Fire and Quake (New York Times)
  • Investing hot shots didn’t get that way timing the market (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • American growth pessimism may be overdone (Financial Times)
  • Private Equity for Cheapskates Like You (MoneyBeat); see also Low Fees: Good for Investors, Bad for Business (Barron’s)
  • The Rise Of Stealth Wealth: Ways To Stay Invisible From Society If You Have Money (Financial Samurai)
  • Biotech’s Cancer-Vaccine Insanity (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • The iPhone’s influence goes way beyond the smartphone market (Marketplace); Trump Hasn’t Dismantled Obama’s Legacy Yet — And May Not Ever (FiveThirtyEight)
  • Two British science museums held a majestic, two-day fight on Twitter (Quartz)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Victor Niederhoffer, famed trader for George Soros and author of "The Education of a Speculator."

Has World Coal Consumption Peaked?

Source: Financial Times via @Ed_Crooks

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