Afternoon train reading:
• Parallels Between China And Pre-Crash Japan: Déjà Vu All Over Again (Patrick Chovanec)
• Liesman vs Achuthan: Why investors should be terrified of certainty (Interloper)
• Small Banks on Occupy Wall Street’s “Move Your Money Day” (Fast Company)
• Nassim Taleb: End Bonuses for Bankers (NYT)
• Apple: For What It’s Worth, Part II (Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up)
• Steven Pearlstein: You bet it’s another bubble (Washington Post) but see The Extraordinary Popular Delusion of Bubble Spotting (WSJ)
• High Bank Fees Give Wal-Mart a Money Aisle (NYT)
• Did Fannie Cause the Disaster? (NY Review Of Books) see also WaMu Bank Executives Knew of Rampant Fraud, Yet Failed to Act (Alter Net)
• How Jonah Hill Became An Action Hero In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 (Fast Company)
• Louis CK’s next comedy special: It’s not TV, it’s NOT HBO. It’s online. (Pop Watch)
What are you reading?
Source: The Reformed Broker
Category: Financial Press
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