Rambo's Reads For January 11, 2015
Every Sunday, our editor and his dog (Rambo) will share what they've been reading in the world of finance.
Here's their picks for the second Sunday of 2015:
- Emily Badger ponders whether low gas prices will actually affect the decline of U.S. car travel.
- Anthony Mirhaydari explains why oil could be headed below $35 a barrel.
- León Markovitz visualizes "The World Of Nasdaq."
- POI Factory charts Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX) versus Dunkin Brands Group Inc (NASDAQ: DNKN) and the geography of coffee.
- James Altucher asked: Is the food we eat killing us?
- Jonah Keri explained why a 2,000-year old drink is making a surprising comeback.
- Peter Schiff and Ron Insana battle it out about the future of The Federal Reserve.
- And in the tech world, Jason Calacanis wrote why firing Dick Costolo would be a major mistake at Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR).
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