Shattered Illusions, Soccer Powers and Toxic Threats

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- My Tuesday morning train reads:

  • The End of the Brexit Illusion (Atlantic); see also No Brexit (Bloomberg Opinion)
  • Hedge Funds Don’t Want You Sharing Their Letters. Too Bad You’ve Got an iPhone. (Institutional Investor)
  • Stellar Earnings Season Turns Sideshow With Traders Fretting Trade War (Bloomberg); see also Don’t Worry About the Earnings Slowdown Yet (Wall Street Journal)
  • Simple Momentum (Irrelevant Investor)
  • Value Investing: Is Life Imitating Art? (Integrating Investor); see also Why Value Investing May Be Primed to Bounce Back (Acquirer’s Multiple)
  • The Professor Who Helped Make Belgian Soccer a World Power (Wall Street Journal)
  • “No comment”: The death of business reporting (Washington Postbut see The reporter who is making Trump pay $48,000 more in taxes (Poynter)
  • Master of celebrity: How Trump uses — and bashes — the famous to boost himself (Washington Post)
  • How the EPA and the Pentagon Downplayed a Growing Toxic Threat (ProPublica); see also Bill Shine’s Wife Darla Complained She Couldn’t Use N-Word and Spread Conspiracy Theories About “Blacks” (Mediaite)
  • LeBron May Already Be the Greatest Laker of All Time (FiveThirtyEight)

What are you reading?

Size of Investment and Wealth Management Market

Source: Autonomous Next

©2018 Bloomberg L.P.

Bloomberg
Stay Updated With View News On BloombergQuint