Ritholtz's Reads

Bitcoin Bubbles and Ditching Facebook

Here are your morning reads.

My midweek morning train reads:

  • A decade in charts: U.S. stocks prove their long-term value (Financial Times); see also The Plot to Overthrow the All-America Research Team (Institutional Investor)
  • Worst Practices in Institutional Asset Management (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • This is how to change a Brexit voter’s mind: Post-rationalization, selective perception and confirmation bias are in the way (the Independent)
  • Why Bitcoin’s Bubble Matters (Wall Street Journal)
  • Social Security: Why don’t more people wait to claim benefits at age 70? (USA Today)
  • As ACA enrollment nears, administration keeps cutting federal support of the law (Washington Post); see also How Trump is rolling back Obama’s legacy (Washington Post)
  • How the New Math of Gerrymandering Works (the Upshot)
  • Why is it so hard to ditch Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook? (Wired)
  • How Earthworms Discovered America (Bloomberg View)
  • Photos of California’s Destructive Santa Rosa Wildfires (the Atlantic)

What are you reading?

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