Ritholtz's Reads

Better Bubbles and Black Mondays

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Japan’s Back, Baby (Institutional Investor)
  • The Crash of ’87, From the Wall Street Players Who Lived It (Bloomberg); see also Echoes of Black Monday (Bloomberg View)
  • Why, Oh Why, Can’t We Have a Decent Stock Bubble? (Wall Street Journal)
  • Funds That Can Put Your Investments on a Low-Carbon Diet (New York Times); see also Americans are willing to pay $177 a year to avoid climate change (Vox)
  • Google is essentially building an anti-Amazon alliance, and Target is the latest to join (Recode)
  • Why Puerto Rico’s Electric Grid Stood No Chance Against Maria (FiveThirtyEight); see also Send Mitt Romney to Puerto Rico: The island needs an adviser to navigate Washington, Wall Street and an uncertain future. He’s perfect (Slate)
  • The World Once Laughed at North Korean Cyberpower. No More. (New York Times)
  • Electric Car vs. Winter (Mr. Money Mustache); see also Your Next Home Could Run on Batteries (Wall Street Journal)
  • One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to end (Medium)
  • Gravitational Wave Astronomers Hit Mother Lode (Scientific American); see also Neutron-Star Collision Shakes Space-Time and Lights Up the Sky (Quanta Magazine)

What are you reading? 

Bitcoin Setting Records Despite Dimon

Source: Quartz

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