JPMORGAN: Here's what you should be reading, listening to, and visiting in 2018
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Every year, JPMorgan polls its ranks of more than 200,000 employees for the next big trends in movies, books, music, Broadway and more.
Coined the #NextList2018, this year's recommendations run the gamut from the expected - like hedge fund legend Ray Dalio's new book - to the obscure - like Ecuadorian parlor music. And yes, the name includes the hashtag.
"The J.P. Morgan #NextList2018 represents our passion for discovery and desire to share new ideas and experiences that we hope will enrich our clients' lives for the year ahead," Darin Oduyoye, head of communications for J.P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management, said in a press release.
"This curated collection of arts, culture, music and book selections are sure to challenge traditional thinking and foster creativity for all those who explore it."
Here's the full list, with commentary from JPMorgan about why you should check out each suggestion: