How Not to Be Stupid and a Dating App for Haters
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My morning train reads:
• The Money Managers to Watch in 2019 (Wall Street Journal) but see For Hedge Funds This Year, $1 Billion Is the Loneliest Number (Bloomberg)
• Showtime is set to air a dramatic comedy on the ’87 financial crash. It looks a lot like the current Wall Street melodrama. (Washington Post)
• What Billy Beane and Jim Simons Have in Common (Institutional Investor)
• Steps In Financial Planning: 10 For 2019 (Investor’s Business Daily)
• How Not To Be Stupid (Farnam Street) see also Metacognitive Failure as a Feature of Those Holding Radical Beliefs (Science Direct)
• Trump Took Credit for Stock Market Records. Does He Deserve Blame for the Plunge? (Businessweek)
• Rewards Credit Cards Gained a Fanatic Following—Now Banks Are Pulling Back (Wall Street Journal)
• Meet ‘Hater,’ a dating app that connects you with people who hate the same things you do (Business Insider)
• Dairy farming is dying. After 40 years, I’m done. (Washington Post)
• Civil Discourse Exists in This Small Corner of the Internet (The Atlantic)
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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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