Underground Banks Go Under, and So Do Beachfront Homes
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Your POTUS-free morning train reads:
- Cheap Stocks, 2% Bonds and Modest Earnings Built Record Bull Run (Bloomberg)
- Massive P2P Failures in China: Underground banks going under (Petersen)
- Sorry, Pal, I Don’t Want to Talk: The other reason people wear AirPods (Wall Street Journal)
- How Sugar Subsidies Are Ruining Dozens of Florida Beaches, and Destroying Vast Quantities of Marine Life (FEE)
- Facebook’s Flawed DNA Makes It Unable to Fight Misinformation (Monday Note) see also Nobody Trusts Facebook. Twitter Is a Hot Mess. What Is Snapchat Doing? ( Bloomberg)
- Fleeing Venezuela’s Crushing Economic Crisis (The Atlantic)
- Sea Level Rise Is Eroding Home Value, and Owners Might Not Even Know It (Washington Post)
- Learning Is a Learned Behavior. Here’s How to Get Better at It. (Harvard Business Review)
- Who is David Pecker?: Michael Cohen’s plea explains National Enquirer publisher’s role (Newsweek)
- Nobel Golfer: The winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics has ideas for the game (Golf Digest)
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Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. He founded Ritholtz Wealth Management and was chief executive and director of equity research at FusionIQ, a quantitative research firm. He is the author of “Bailout Nation.”
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