Ritholtz's Reads

Mnuchin and Cohn, Bad Salesmen

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • Is the gig economy the modern-day sweatshop? (Dare to Dream Beyond)
  • 22 timeless lessons for our 22nd month (Yet Another Value Blog)
  • U.S. household equity ownership is at near-record levels. Is that a worry? (MarketWatch)
  • Why Steve Mnuchin and Gary Cohn Are So Bad at Selling Trump’s Tax Plan (Slate)
  • The Permian Basin Still Has an Awful Lot of Oil (Bloomberg View)
  • Does Even Mark Zuckerberg Know What Facebook Is? (New York Magazine)
  • Apple Music’s Long Game: Why Jimmy Iovine Thinks They’re "Not Even Close" to Success With Streaming (Billboard)
  • Debt Keeps Rising and Nothing Bad Happens (Bloomberg View)
  • Las Vegas: The harvest of unspeakably lax gun laws (Los Angeles Times); see also Quietly, Congress extends a ban on CDC research on gun violence (PRI)
  • Bold Eagles: Angry Birds Are Ripping $80,000 Drones Out of the Sky (Wall Street Journal)

What are you reading? 

Where Americans Agree and Disagree on Gun Control

Source: Axios

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