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(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My morning train reads:
- Farmers nearing crisis push back on Trump trade policies (); see also Farm Belt Bankruptcies Are Soaring: Trade disputes over agriculture add pain to low commodity prices ()
- Why Long-Vilified Private Equity Does So Well ()
- 50 Years of Sunny Days on “Sesame Street”: Behind the Scenes of TV’s Most Influential Show Ever ()
- Gig-economy tech companies like Instacart have been accused of tip theft. But the problem is bigger than that. ()
- Venezuela’s Collapse Exposes the Fake Socialism Debated in USA: Would American politicians even recognize true socialism as they laud or lambaste it? ()
- To Get Better at Time Management, Borrow a Training Strategy From Elite Athletes ()
- What Robert Mueller Knows — and Isn’t Telling Us ()
- What Immigration Crisis? The U.S. Isn’t Being Swamped ()
- How Energy Bars Became America’s Favorite Snack (); see also You Don’t Need Sports Drinks To Stay Hydrated ()
- Need a New Self-Help Guru? Try Aristotle ()
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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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