10 Monday AM read – big picture

I returned to work in the morning The train WFH reads:

A All their monkeys are gone: Scammers openly steal ridiculous numbers of those bored app yacht club avatars (slate)

A Can I suggest not listening to celebrities about money? If you’re mad at Tom Brady about crypto, you should be mad at Tom Selek about reverse mortgages. (Vox) See more Hello effect: Bad predictions by billionaires Many people who are successful in a field are encouraged to speak broadly. And listeners, influenced by obvious business success, often believe the prognosis for their financial loss. (Large image)

A How it happened?: The Great Inflation of the 1970s and Lessons for Today. As the US inflation rate rose to its highest level in forty years, the great inflation of the 1970s was given a new focus. A key conclusion is that a non-monetary approach to inflation is no longer the norm in policy circles, which provides the basis for the belief that monetary policy in the modern era is in a good position to prevent a recurrence of the kind of high inflation seen in the 1970s. . (Federal Reserve)

A Netflix Slip and Hollywood Cheers. Maybe it shouldn’t. Netflix is ​​losing subscribers. Does this mean there are problems with Netflix or streaming? (Vox)

A Where to look for the next Wall Street blowup The tide has certainly gone to market this year, but has come through some financial problems এখন so far. (Wall Street Journal)

A Why housing is more important than the stock market Housing affects far more households than the stock market. The top 10% stock can live through a bear market. The bursting of the housing bubble led to a catastrophic crisis in 2008 because real estate was an essential resource for the middle class. (Common sense resource) See more When the best available home you already have The housing market has changed the math of movement for almost everyone. (Upshot)

A Gamification has taken over the gig economy. Who really wins? Ride-share drivers say the epidemic has exacerbated the imbalance with their owners. (Business Week)

A It has been decided: the critics are no more accurate than the self-doubters Studies show that the only difference between the so-called action-oriented and the state-oriented is confidence. (Parent)

A The first personally funded killer asteroid spotter is here Researchers at the asteroid institute of the B612 Foundation have developed a new tool for tracking the motion of space-rocks এমনকি even with limited data. (Wire)

A Norm McDonald had one last secret ‘Nothing Special,’ filmed just before his death, is the comedian’s ultimate Netflix offer. (Washington Post)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Dan Chung, CEO and Chief Investment Officer of Alzar Management, which manages $ 35.3 billion in client assets. After graduating from Harvard Law Review, he served as Law Clerk for the Honorable Justice Anthony M. Kennedy of the United States Supreme Court. On September 11, the firm lost 35 people, including its CEO, and donated the Alger 35 ETF in their memory.

Wage growth evolved by state: Georgia on record and DC flat

Source: Bloomberg

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