Here’s how to start your rally:

• Wall Street’s 2011 Predictions – How’d They Do? (The Reformed Broker)
• When Investors Rush In, and Out, Together (NYT)
• Bridgewater Takes Grim View of 2012 (WSJ) see also World’s Biggest Economies Face $7.6 Trillion Debt (Bloomberg)
• Why the Dow Clobbered the S&P in 2011 (Smart Money)
Krugman: Nobody Seems to Understand Debt (NYT)
• Brian Basham: Beware corporate psychopaths – they are still occupying positions of power (Independent) see also Did Psychopaths Take Over Wall Street? (Bloomberg)
• America’s Financial Leviathan (Project Syndicate)
• Al Hunt: Ron Paul’s Surge May Cause Headache for Republicans (Bloomberg) see also Paul Sees Top-Two Finish in Iowa While Wary of Backing Rivals (Bloomberg)
• How to make a New Year’s non-resolution (Dan Pink)
• The 100 Rules for Being an Entrepreneur (James Altucher)

What are you reading?


Source: WSJ

Category: Financial Press

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9 Responses to “10 Tuesday AM Reads”

  1. A says:

    Lest we forget that scandals are not limited to America:

    As Billy Joel sang: Honesty is such a lonely word…everyone is so untrue.

  2. Sechel says:

    Re Krugman,
    The MMT guys seem to aruge taxes and bond yields are nothing more than managing the money supply since balance of trade issues are nothing more than digits on the Federal Reserve’s computer, but debt is a funny thing, it seems no body cares until they do and then it’s too late. Debt mattered to Greece, and while we print our own currency history has shown that currencies can depreciate. I don’t have a PHD in economics but wasn’t Keynes about deficits in bad times and surpluses in good times. G-d forbid these keynsians become chefs, they would never turn the stove off.

  3. willid3 says:

    why do we vote on Tuesdays?
    because it was the best day to vote. when we used horse to get around?