Ten Plus Great Weekend Reads – March 1

Highest Marginal Tax Rates

  • February In Review – Global Macro Monitor
  • U.S. Economy Grew Faster Than Expected at the End of 2018 – Fortune
  • The Global Economy May Have Bottomed Out Already, Goldman Says – Bloomberg
  • S&P500’s Five Hottest First Two Months Since 1950 – Global Macro Monitor
  • Donald Trump’s grand growth promises are evaporating – FT
  • A Better Populism, Raghuram Rajan – Project Syndicate
  • How a ‘Giant Ponzi Scheme’ Destroyed a Nation’s Economy – Bloomberg
  • This Is How the Palladium Boom Comes to an End – Bloomberg



  • U.S. Prepares Final China Trade Deal as Hawks Urge Caution – Bloomberg
  • Fewer Americans view deficit reduction as a top priority as the nation’s red ink increases – Pew
  • Is the emerging market risk cycle restarting? – FT




  • What’s wrong with MMT? – Medium
  • How a second Brexit referendum could be won — and lost – FT
  • Robot surgeons lack tactile sensation to replace humans – FT
  • This is how AI bias really happens—and why it’s so hard to fix – MIT Tech Review


  • China lost 161 billionaires because its stock markets tanked – CNN
  • Buffettology: What four decades of correspondence from the Oracle of Omaha reveal – Economist
  • The age of the quant is coming to an end – eFinancialCareers
  • The Psychiatrist Who Believed People Could Tell the Future – New Yorker
  • That’s Tight’: Bryce Harper’s Signing With Phillies Received Muted Reaction from New Teammates – Sports Illustrated

Fed Chair Powell Says Concept of MMT Is ‘Just Wrong’

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1 Response to Ten Plus Great Weekend Reads – March 1

  1. Larry R. Wagner says:

    Have you superimposed the highest rates over the stock market value?

    Sent from my iPad

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