Ritholtz's 10 Wednesday Reads: A Winning Argument

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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A bit of reading for the Wednesday morning commute:

  • Calm or Complacency, in Three Charts (MoneyBeat) see also It's Easy to Forget About Risk in a Stable Market (NY Times)
  • Byron Wien: Better Times for the Economy Are Finally Here (Blackstone)
  • Incentives Matter (Reformed Broker)
  • Bitcoin Is No Longer the Worst Investment in the World (Quartz)
  • Max Abelson: Ex-Bankers Upgrade the Good Life; Got to Have the Stradivarius-Shaped Pool (Bloomberg) see also In Today's America, a Rising Tide Lifts All Yachts (The Nation)
  • Ten Things I Learned at McKinsey & Co. (Forbes)
  • The Dead Simple Way Google Ventures Unlocks Great Ideas (FastCo Design)
  • 40 Maps That Explain the Internet (Vox)
  • The Best Way to Win an Argument (BBC)
  • WWDC Dissected: A New Era for Apple, but an End for Some Apps (Bits) but see You Have No Idea What Apple Announced Today (Sigmund Holmes)

What are you reading?

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