10 Sunday Reads

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My easy like Sunday morning reads:

• The Biggest Investing Bet on Tech Is Cheap—and Controversial (Barron’s)
• Financial Twitter Loses a Source of Humility and Wisdom, but Good Voices Remain (WSJ)
• The Amtrak That Works, and the Amtrak That Doesn’t (Bloomberg)
• The Future of the City Is Childless (City Lab)
• Americans Say They Would Vote For A Woman, But … (FiveThirtyEight) but see Democratic Fund-Raising: In a Packed Field, Five Candidates Stand Out (New York Times)
• Is it okay to laugh at Florida Man? (Washington Post)
• Agriculture Department buries studies showing dangers of climate change (Politico)
• Trump’s Favorite Meme-Maker Adopted A Fake Name To Go On Trump’s Favorite TV Network (Buzzfeed)
• Tour the Apollo 11 landing site, minute by minute, during that one small step! (Syfy Wire)
• Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, The Ultimate Preview (Vanity Fair)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Allison Schrager, co-founder of LifeCycle Finance Partners and author of “An Economist Walks into a Brothel: And Other Unexpected Places to Understand Risk.”


State & Local Government Pension Funds

Source: Wall Street Journal via Wells Fargo Securities



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