Ritholtz's Reads: Human Nature, Partying in Baghdad and Kanye
(Bloomberg) -- My Tuesday morning train reads:
- How to Arbitrage Human Nature (Jim O’Shaughnessy); see also The skill of managing luck (Daniel P. Egan)
- As the “King of Debt,” Trump borrowed to build his empire. Then he began spending hundreds of millions in cash. (Washington Post)
- Finally, Evidence That Managing for the Long Term Pays Off (Harvard Business Review); see also Now or Later? (Irrelevant Investor)
- Welcome to Partytown, Baghdad (BuzzFeed)
- One Goal of Amazon’s HQ2: Learn the Lessons of Seattle (New York Times) but see The Inevitable Clash Between Seattle and Amazon Has Begun (Slate)
- The Unforgiving Math That Stops Epidemics (Quanta Magazine)
- Tesla’s Factory in a Fishbowl (Wall Street Journal); see also Elon Musk’s Ire Reveals a Wall Street-Silicon Valley Divide (Wired)
- Ta-Nehisi Coates: Kanye West in the Age of Donald Trump (the Atlantic)
- The people who’ll be most hurt by climate swings did the least to cause them, study says (Washington Post); see also Climate Change Turns Coastal Property Into a Junk Bond (Bloomberg)
- Shift list: All the new cars you can buy with a manual transmission (AutoBlog)
What are you reading?
Continued decline in the number of people on disability insurance
Source: Deutsche Bank
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