Myths, Threats and Life-Changing Food
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My Tuesday morning train reads:
- The dangerous myth we still believe about the Lehman Brothers bust (Washington Post); see also Misunderstanding Credit and Housing Crises: Blaming the CRA, GSEs (the Big Picture)
- The Empty Storefronts of New York: A Panoramic View (New York Times)
- Seven reasons Big Tobacco is likely to make a move on the marijuana industry (MarketWatch) but see California’s Illegal Weed Industry Is Doing Better Than Ever (Vice)
- Making Private Public (Irrelevant Investor)
- Elon Musk’s Brain Isn’t Like Yours (Bloomberg Opinion); see also They’re out to get him (the Big Picture)
- Investment consultants that ARE worth paying for (Adviser 2.0)
- The next great fake news threat? Bot-designed maps (Fast Company); see also As Germans Seek News, YouTube Delivers Far-Right Tirades (New York Times)
- Tokyo’s Long Lines Lead to Magic (and Life-Changing Ramen) (Afar)
- Japanese, Haitian, and now a Grand Slam winner: Naomi Osaka’s historic journey to the U.S. Open (Washington Post); see also Serena Williams Came In on a High Road. It Made Her Fall More Devastating. (New York Times)
- Steve Perry Walked Away From Journey. A Promise Finally Ended His Silence. (New York Times)
What are you reading?
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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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