Bubbles and Bombshells
(Bloomberg View) -- My Tuesday West Coast morning beach reads:
- How to Know When Stocks Are Properly Valued: A Debate (Bloomberg View); see also Markets Have Nothing Left to Fear But Fearlessness Itself (Bloomberg)
- In Long Run, There’s No Such Thing as an Einstein Investor (New York Times)
- 2017 vs. 2000: Are Equities Really In A Bubble? (See It Market); see also This Is What A Bubble Looks Like: Japan 1989 Edition (Fat Pitch)
- $69 Billion Worth of Bezos Bombshells (Bloomberg Gadfly)
- Seattle’s Minimum Wage Hike May Have Gone Too Far (FiveThirtyEight); see also A "very credible" new study on Seattle’s $15 minimum wage has bad news for liberals (Washington Post)
- Sadly, in Silicon Valley, Uber’s Kalanick is no outlier (PBS)
- A Cyberattack "the World Isn’t Ready For" (New York Times); see also Under pressure, Western tech firms bow to Russian demands to share cyber secrets (Reuters)
- All Models Are Wrong (Farnam Street)
- The Shouting Class (Noahpinion); see also A New Comment Policy (the Big Picture)
- How many home runs is too many? MLB’s going to find out (New York Post)
What are you reading?
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Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist. He founded Ritholtz Wealth Management and was chief executive and director of equity research at FusionIQ, a quantitative research firm. He blogs at the Big Picture and is the author of “Bailout Nation: How Greed and Easy Money Corrupted Wall Street and Shook the World Economy.”
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