Ritholtz's Reads

Slumps, Ancient History and Lying to Facebook

Here are your morning reads.

My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • Trump Bump Is Becoming the Trump Slump (New York Timesbut see A Good Story Doesn’t Make a Great Investment Idea (Bloomberg View)
  • The Spotify IPO Playlist (Wall Street Journal)
  • The Financial Insecurity Bias (Strategy + Business); see also Why do so many successful people fear being broke? (Rad)
  • Rational Markets Theory Keeps Running Into Irrational Humans (Bloomberg View)
  • The Great American Single-Family Home Problem (New York Times); see also Here are 10 things the GSEs did to improve access to credit in 2017 (Housing Wire)
  • The Ancient History of Bitcoin (Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s hardest year, and what comes next (Vox); see also You Weren’t Born in 1905? Why People Lie to Facebook (Wall Street Journal)
  • What this Silicon Valley VC learned on the "Rust Belt Safari" (Recode)
  • The Distant Shores of Mars (Scientific American); see also NASA Research Suggests Mars Once Had More Water Than Arctic Ocean (NASA)
  • Public Shaming Won’t Stop Sinclair (Slate)

What are you reading?

FAANG stocks now make up 11 percent of the S&P 500

Source: Recode

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