10 Wednesday AM Read – Big picture

Morning in the middle of my week The train WFH reads:

A Invest as a lifestyle choice: Will today’s investment trend survive in the beer market? (Dry stars)

A The reduction of fossil fuels is going to be costly The declining demand for gasoline does not mean that prices will automatically fall. (Bloomberg) See more The biggest myth about gas prices Explaining the political theater about the price of gas. (Vox)

A ‘Unreasonable outburst’ on a plate: counterfeit burger bubbles burst. When one thinks of asset bubbles, one might think of cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens. But an account has also been found in the one-time bustling market lately. It turns out that not all consumers are interested in a synthetic food that is more expensive than real food at a time of high inflation. (Wall Street Journal)

A Do we need to raise unemployment to fight inflation? No, we have to protect our jobs: 5.8 million to 15 million Americans are talking about unemployment to reduce inflation in the summer. (Los Angeles Times)

A Indonesia: The most amazing development story in the world? A vast and yet multifaceted country (Noapinion)

A A $ 2 trillion free-fall rattles crypto to the core A market that has gone through several major downdrafts in its short life may face its biggest test. (Bloomberg)

A Why you can buy your next car online Tesla has gone on to sell cars entirely online in 2019. Now, some established automakers, such as Ford, are talking about taking a similar approach. (New York Times)

A The rise and uncertain reign of China’s battery king Zheng Yukun is China’s most popular battery billionaire. Its ascent has a big impact for the increasingly dependent world on electric vehicles. (Wire)

A The Postal Service is already one of the leading abortion providers in the United States As some U.S. states move to ban abortions, pill-by-mail will become one of the legal challenges as well as one of enforcement. While states can control access to health within their borders, they cannot control federal mail. And monitoring the contents of each of the millions of packages running through the national postal system is unrealistic in an epidemic in a post-health world where healthcare has gone beyond brick-and-mortar clinics. (Quartz)

A The designer of Formula One’s sharpest car is also the master of his loophole Faced with the most dramatic rule change in a generation, Red Bull’s Adrian Newey is proving that he can still dominate — and designing পাশে 6 million supercars on the side. (Wall Street Journal)

Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview with Jonathan Miller this weekend to discuss real estate, home sales, rent and whether cities are dead. Miller is the CEO and co-founder of Miller Samuel, whose real estate-related data and analyzes have become the norm for the residential real estate appraisal and brokerage industries.

How many EVs can be made? Much less than expected

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