Sunday, November 27, 2022

10 Thanksgiving Day Reads - The Big Picture - Barry Ritholtz

My morning train WFH reads:

10 Things for Crypto People to Say at Thanksgiving This Year: It’s going to be an awkward conversation. Use these phrases to preserve your reputation. (Bloomberg)

9 tips to debunk false claims made by friends and family: It’s important to debunk misinformation when we can — a task that often, unfortunately, starts at home (Washington Post) see also How to Love Your Parents Even If You Hate Their Politics: Does mom or dad suffer from early Fox News dementia? There’s hope (for you). (Esquire)

How one man quietly stitched the American safety net over four decades: Robert Greenstein isn’t a household name. But his career lobbying for the poor has changed the lives of millions of Americans. (Vox)

Don’t Believe What You Read About Turkey Inflation: Its Bullshit. But a likely explanation is timing: The Farm Bureau does its surveys in October. That’s not a very useful data point for whole turkey sales, since most Americans tend to buy a whole turkey just once a year—the week of Thanksgiving or just before. In fact, according to the USDA, just a few hundred U.S. supermarkets even stock whole frozen turkeys in mid-October. (Slate)

Is Wine Fake? Wine commands wealth, prestige, and attention from aficionados. How much of what they admire is in their heads? (Asterisk)

A $300 Billion Bond Market Holds the Key to Solving the Climate Crisis: In less than a decade, China has built one of the world’s biggest green bond markets, with more potential...

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