Ritholtz's Reads

Myths, Lies and a Universe of Crazy

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • U.S. Stocks Are Front-Running Third-Quarter Earnings Beats (Bloomberg)
  • Myths, Markets and Easy Money (Bilello)
  • Capitalism and democracy — the odd couple (Financial Times)
  • The Lie of Averages (Flirting with Models)
  • Audi takes lead in automated driving, but others wary to follow (Reutersbut see Why “killer robots” are becoming a real threat — and an ethics test (Christian Science Monitor)
  • Want a Better Health Care System? Check Out Japan (Bloomberg View)
  • What really happened in 2016, in 7 charts (Vox)
  • The iPhones 8 (Daring Fireball); see also The iPhone 8: A Worthy Refinement Before the Next Generation (New York Times)
  • Supernova shows “the universe is crazier than science fiction” (New Atlas)
  • Welcome to the era of the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad 30-home-run hitter (ESPN)

What are you reading?

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