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Trump's Luck, Hot Hands and Lost Years

Here are your morning reads.

Well, that was tedious. Recover with our midweek morning train reads:

  • Donald Trump has been lucky with the U.S. economy (Financial Times); see also What Happened to All the Jobs Trump Promised? (ProPublica)
  • Wall Street Can't Hold Back Vanguard's Low-Fee Ocean (Bloomberg Gadfly)
  • The Mysterious Private Company Controlling Corporate America (Institutional Investor)
  • People are bragging about becoming 401(k) millionaires -- and posting their balances to social media (MarketWatch)
  • Amazon’s entry into the health-care industry, by the numbers (Recode)
  • The iPad Lost Years for Apple's Media Partners (Bloomberg Businessweek) but see Tackling the Internet’s Central Villain: The Advertising Business (New York Times)
  • "He's not a PR guy": Adam Mosseri, Facebook's head of news feed, has become an unlikely good guy to publishers (Digiday)
  • When Russian Officials "Nightmare" Your Business, You Can Lose Everything -- Even Your Life (Bloomberg)
  • The "Hot Hand" Debate Gets Flipped On Its Head (Wall Street Journal); see also Momentum isn't magic -- vindicating the hot hand with the mathematics of streaks (the Conversation)
  • The Subway Is Next Door. Should New Yorkers Pay Extra for That? (New York Times)

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