Ritholtz's 10 Wednesday Reads: The Selling of Science

Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist writing about finance, the economy and the business world. He started the Big Picture blog in 2003 and is the founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management, an asset management and financial planning firm.
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Here are some reads for your midweek morning:

  • How the wealthy resemble sociopaths: Peculiar Traits of Rich People (Motley Fool) see also Why Rich People Feel Poor (Bloomberg)
  • Wonky: When Will the Fed Change Its Reaction Function? (Tim Duy's Fed Watch)
  • The First Down-Quarter for Earnings Since 2012? (Reformed Broker)
  • Gold: In Search of a New Standard (FT) but see China Is Losing Its Taste for Gold (WSJ)
  • How Innovation May Make Wall Street Less Efficient (Real Time Economics)
  • Regulators to unveil plans to step-up checks on stockbroker records (WSJ)
  • The Cayman Islands: Where tens of billions of dollars don't get declared to IRS (Quartz)
  • This Is Amazon's Smartphone (BGR)
  • Why Scientists Increasingly Need to be Salesmen (Priceonomics)
  • America and Russia Arm the World, in Four Charts (Vox)

What are you reading?

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(Barry Ritholtz writes about finance, the economy and the business world for Bloomberg View. Follow him on Twitter @Ritholtz.)

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