10 Monday AM Reads

My (really) back to work morning train reads:

Probability Neglect: The Cognitive Bias That Makes Us Panic About Coronavirus (Bloomberg)
• Should I Sell My Stocks? see also (Irrelevant Investor) What Happens to Stocks After a Big Down Month? (Wealth of Common Sense)
• Big Corporations Are Rushing Into Venture Capital. That May Not Be a Good Thing. (Barron’s)
• You can’t control the financial markets. (Humble Dollar)
• Email Addresses and Razor Blades (Stratechery)
• Wall Street investors want Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey out. They might get their way. (Recode)
• Gates: How to respond to COVID-19 (Gates Notes) see also ElArian: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the Coronavirus Response (Bloomberg)
• Taking Stock of One’s Soul (Cabinet)
• Study: Millions of tweets peddled conspiracy theories about coronavirus with signs the activity was coordinated and inauthentic  (Washington Post)
• Why Would the Government Lie About Aliens? (Slate)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Danielle DiMartino Booth, founder of Quill Intelligence, a research and analytics firm, and author of Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America.


Data experts battle to map path of coronavirus outbreak

Source: Financial Times


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