(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My Tuesday morning train reads:
- If Earnings Matter, Equity Valuation Looks Attractive (Disciplined Investing); see also Investors Double Down on Tech in Rocky Quarter for Stocks (Wall Street Journal)
- How to Survive When Money Is Worthless (New York Times)
- How Amazon Steers Shoppers to Its Own Products (New York Times); see also To Compete With Amazon, Big-Name Consumer Brands Have to Become More Like It (Harvard Business Review)
- The Father of Portfolio Theory Bets on Rebuilding (Barron’s)
- A Simple Checklist to Improve Your Decisions (Farnam Street); see also Expiring Vs. Long-Term Knowledge (Collaborative Fund)
- The Great Russian Disinformation Campaign (the Atlantic)
- Less than a quarter of Americans get enough exercise, according to a new report — here’s what you should be doing (Business Insider); see also How going for a run changes your brain (Big Think)
- China’s penetration of Silicon Valley creates risks for startups (Reuters)
- North Korea has increased nuclear production at secret sites (NBC News); see also Trump Can’t Afford to Admit His Failures With North Korea (the Atlantic)
- That “distracted boyfriend” meme? Twitter users uncover the backstory of the woman by his side (Scroll.in)
What are you reading?
Facebook, Google Aren’t Tech Stocks? What That Means for Investors
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