Ritholtz's Reads

Raising Taxes, Debating Guns and Giving Advice

Here are your morning reads.

My congrats-to-Richard-Thaler, back-in-the-saddle, still-on-EU-time morning train reads:

  • The Top-Performing Sustainable Funds (Barron’s)
  • Amazon Could Be Your Lender, Too (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • Anatomy of a Stock-Market Crash (Wall Street Journal)
  • Good Advice vs. Effective Advice (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Global Economy’s Stubborn Reality: Plenty of Work, Not Enough Pay (New York Times); see also Americans Want Jobs, Not Low-Paying Hourly “Work”: The economy is too strong for employers to be offering seasonal work at $14 per hour (Slate)
  • Tom Steyer: I’m a billionaire. Please raise my taxes. (LA Times)
  • Rules of the Gun Debate: The rules for discussing firearms in the United States obscure the obvious solutions (the Atlantic)
  • Texas Officials After Harvey: The "Red Cross Was Not There" (ProPublica)
  • Lessons of Leonardo: How to Be a Creative Genius (Wall Street Journal)
  • How "Blade Runner 2049" Rewrites Business History (Bloomberg)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Fred Fox, founder and CEO of Planalytics, a company specializing in business weather intelligence -- the study, development and commercialization of weather analytics. 

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