Ritholtz's Reads

Phantom Billions and Digital Darwinism

Here are your morning reads.

My post-Election Day morning train reads:

  • How Business Titans, Pop Stars and Royals Hide Their Wealth: Offshore Hideaways (New York Times)
  • The Case of Wilbur Ross’s Phantom $2 Billion (Forbes)
  • How to Properly Use the Sharpe Ratio, According to Dr. Sharpe Himself (Wall Street Journal)
  • What Bubble? Household Stock Ownership at Multi-Year Lows (See It Market); see also Earnings, Not Trump Policies, Have Driven Stocks (Bloomberg View)
  • Why Do We Still Commute? (City Lab)
  • Amazon the Great: The tech titan is showing its superiority by grabbing more market share in a wider array of businesses than its rivals. (Institutional Investor)
  • Digital Darwinism: We Need New Rules for the Internet Economy (Spiegel)
  • How to Reduce Shootings (New York Times); see also Less guns = less murders (Statistical Ideas)
  • "Oh Yeah," the Song from "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off," Is Catchy, Irritating and the Origin of an Investing Fortune (Wall Street Journal)

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