Some interesting links for your reading pleasure:

• Lessons from a difficult year of trading (Peter Brandt)
• Forefront:  The Inflation Issue (Cleveland Fed)
• Prosecutors Faulted on Failure to Charge ‘Bandits’ in U.S. Market Collapse (Bloomberg)
• Hedge-fund secrets to beat the market  (Marketwatch)
• Oil stock buybacks stoke tax debate (Chron)
• Terry Smith doesn’t like ETFs (
• How our debt happened (Washington Post)
• The Elephant in the Green Room (NY Mag)
• How to De-Crapify Your Home: A Start-to-Finish Guide (Lifehacker)
• “We Are Crossing the Boundary Between Knowledge and Belief” (The European)

What are you reading?

Category: Financial Press

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13 Responses to “Tuesday Reading List”

  1. tradeking13 says:

    Company Believes 3 Reactors Melted Down in Japan (NYT)

  2. swag says:

    Some of us are still discussing the Tufts/HBS study that indicates that whites think they are victims of racism more often than blacks –

    Trying to get some comments from the social sciences realm on the sample size and methodology.

  3. formerlawyer says:

    The future of foreclosure mills – robosigning electronicly?

    Has blogging changed science writing? It certainly changed financial writing. (see:

    Driverless car. Particularly the question of less injuries if automatic (yes pun intended)

  4. where’s Casey Kasem when you need’em?

    Obama Regime’s Information Operations: Rapid Response to Unfavorable Stories
    May 24th, 2011

    Via: Huffington Post:

    The Obama administration has created and staffed a new position tucked inside their communications shop for helping coordinate rapid response to unfavorable stories and fostering and improving relations with the progressive online community.

    Posted in Dictatorship, Perception Management | Top Of Page

    the ‘Hits’ just keep on coming…

  5. Robert M says:

    One word press does not remember its own generated passwords which have superior strength to the ones I would use.
    the best thing to read is your qute of the day. “Women prefer men who have something tender about them – especially the legal kind.” —Kay Ingram

  6. mathman says:

    @ MEH:

    yeah, i hope the Republicans don’t all vote for Obama, who’s all but Bush III

    Meanwhile, on the other side of the aisle:

  7. post apocalypsed american says:

    PIMCO vs TREASURIES: Do they tough-it-out or bail-out of their short position?

  8. VennData says:

    In ‘The Elephant in the Green Room” the article says this about Roger Ailes…

    “…In the aftermath of the Tucson rampage, the national mood seemed to pivot. Ailes recognized that a Fox brand defined by Palin could be politically vulnerable. Two days after the shooting, he gave an interview… “I told all of our guys, ‘Shut up, tone it down, make your argument intellectually…’”

    LOL… they can’t, because the Fox “News” audiance doesn’t ‘do’ intelligence, they are trained by you, Roger Ailes, to respond to emotional nonsense. You don’t have an intelligent argument Ailes, you are a tabloid salesman.

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