10 Tuesday AM Reads

My Two-for-Tuesday morning train reads:

• The World’s 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams 2019 (Forbes) see also Baseball card collectors suspected rampant fraud in their hobby. Now the FBI is investigating. (Washington Post)
• Munger’s 2005 ‘Almanack’ of sage advice finds an audience in S.F. tech world (San Francisco Chronicle)
• Walmart, Costco, Home Depot: Learning about Retail from Sol Price (Investment Masters Class) see also US retailers quicken exit from malls as online shopping bites (Financial Times)
• How the Brexit debate was flushed down the drain (Tim Harford)
• Who Actually Feels Satisfied About Money? (The Atlantic) But see Money Doesn’t Deserve the Bad Rap It’s Getting (Bloomberg Opinion)
• Four ideas that most economists believe — and that reality has debunked (Vox)
• The Most Pressing Question in the Suburbs: What Do You Do When the Golf Course Shuts Down? (Wall Street Journal) see also The Guilty Pleasures of Mansion Porn (The Atlantic)
• What the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know (CBS News)
• 19 Questions We Have for Mueller Ahead of His Testimony Before Congress (New York Times) see also The Definitive Congressional Guide to Robert Mueller’s Mind (Wired)
• Secretly Recorded Phone Call Offers Window Into How Live Nation Helped Metallica and Other Artists Place Tickets Directly On Resale Market (Billboard)

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