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10 Monday AM Reads

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My back to work morning train WFH reads: • Buffett Missed Out on Crisis, Revealing Berkshire’s Big Weakness (Businessweek)  • Markets Bombed, Investors Carried On (Wall Street Journal)• Breaking the Rules: Timeless financial principles? Sometimes they don’t age so well (HumbleDollar)• Why Laggard European Stocks Will Overtake Tech-Fueled US Equity (?) (CIO)• This Is Not the End of Cities ( CityLab) see also The Mall Can’t Survive If There Aren’t Any Stores (Bloomberg)• Pandemics Leave Us Forever Altered: What history can tell us about the long-term effects of the coronavirus (The Atlantic)• The End of OS X (Stratechery)• Research: How Conservative Media Misinformation Intensified Pandemic Severity (Washington Post)• Republicans, Democrats Move Even Further Apart in Coronavirus Concerns

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My back to work morning train WFH reads:

Buffett Missed Out on Crisis, Revealing Berkshire’s Big Weakness (Businessweek
• Markets Bombed, Investors Carried On (Wall Street Journal)
• Breaking the Rules: Timeless financial principles? Sometimes they don’t age so well (HumbleDollar)
Why Laggard European Stocks Will Overtake Tech-Fueled US Equity (?) (CIO)
• This Is Not the End of Cities ( CityLab) see also The Mall Can’t Survive If There Aren’t Any Stores (Bloomberg)
• Pandemics Leave Us Forever Altered: What history can tell us about the long-term effects of the coronavirus (The Atlantic)
• The End of OS X (Stratechery)
• Research: How Conservative Media Misinformation Intensified Pandemic Severity (Washington Post)
• Republicans, Democrats Move Even Further Apart in Coronavirus Concerns (Pew Research Center)

• “Football Is a Dark Place”: The Oral History of ‘Any Given Sunday’ (The Ringer)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Ron Carson, founder and CEO of Carson Group, which serves financial advisors and investors through its various businesses. Carson Wealth manages 12 billion dollars for clients.

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Barry L. Ritholtz is the founder and chief investment officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management. Launched in 2013, RWM is a financial planning and asset management firm, with over $175 million in assets. The firm offers a variety of services to the investing public, including LiftOff — a low cost online-only investment site.

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