Ritholtz's Reads

Meltdowns, Gummy Bears and Netflix Tricks

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Strong Economies Lift Presidents. Trump Seems an Exception (New York Times); see also Voters Used To See Moderation In Trump. Not Anymore. (FiveThirtyEight)
  • 10 Things Investors Can Expect in 2018 (A Wealth of Common Sense)
  • Inflation: The Unwanted Guest at the Party (Barron’s); see also Bigger Raises Might Be Coming in 2018 (Bloomberg View)
  • No, Donald Trump Has Not Made the Economy Great Again (Slate)
  • "It Can’t Be True." Inside the Semiconductor Industry’s Meltdown (Bloomberg); see also Intel Faces Scrutiny as Questions Swirl Over Chip Security (New York Times)
  • Economics and the human instinct for storytelling (Chicago Booth Review)
  • When There Are No More Fish (Eater); see also Fish Feel Pain. Now What? (Hakai)
  • Are Gummy Bear Flavors Just Fooling Our Brains? (NPR)
  • How Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump have restarted the war on drugs (the Guardian); see also Trump and Sessions’s quiet success: reinvigorating the federal war on drugs (Vox)
  • The Subliminal Trick Netflix Uses to Get You to Watch Its Movies & Shows (Thrillist)

What are you reading? 

Retail Investors Are on Their Longest Buying Spree of the Bull Market

Source: Bloomberg

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