Ritholtz's Reads

Fighting Off Death and Driving People Crazy

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • It's Market Mania for Assets All Around the World (Bloomberg); see also A Remarkable Run for Stocks Gets More Extraordinary (Bloomberg View)
  • MIT Study: Private Equity Managers Exaggerate Performance (Institutional Investor)
  • Will technology enable workers or replace them? A long-read Q&A with Daron Acemoglu (American Enterprise Institute); see also No, That Robot Will Not Steal Your Job (New York Times)
  • Overhaul fund manager incentives to win best value for investors (Financial Times)
  • China, With Methodical Discipline, Conjures a Market for Electric Cars (Wall Street Journal); see also For Electric Car Owners, "Range Anxiety" Gives Way to "Charging Time Trauma" (New York Times)
  • Puerto Rico’s honeybees are scrounging for food after Hurricane Maria (Vice)
  • Google uncovered Russia-backed ads on YouTube, Gmail (Reuters); see also How Russia Harvested American Rage to Reshape U.S. Politics (New York Times)
  • We’re All Behavioral Economists Now (Behavioral Scientist)
  • What's the ultimate way to defy depression, disease and early death? Exercise (the Guardian); see also There's even more evidence that one type of exercise is the closest thing we have to a miracle drug (Business Insider)
  • Go Ahead, Order That Cheesesteak (Bloomberg View)

What are you reading?

Americans disagree with Trump on kneeling football players

Source: YouGov

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