My afternoon train reading:
• 57 Wall Street Analysts Cover Apple. Exactly 1 of them says “Sell”. Meet Ed Zabitsky (Bloomberg)
• There has never been a better time to be an individual investor (Abnormal Returns)
• Fed’s Fisher Dismisses QE3 as ‘Wall Street Fantasy’ (WSJ) see also Plosser Says More Easing May Put Fed on ‘Treacherous Path’ (Businessweek)
• Compound interest is great, but there’s a catch (CS Monitor)
• What’s bad for JP Morgan isn’t bad for America (Reuters)
• Euro zone ponders delay of 2nd Greek bailout program (Reuters) see also Drachma’s History Offers Hints About its Future (Bloomberg)
• Faulty reasoning keeps Fannie and Freddie out of foreclosure deal (LA Times)
• The Crackdown: How Bahrain crushed the Arab Spring’s most ill-fated uprising (Washington Monthly)
• Trying to Catch His Breath With a Hole-Ridden Safety Net (Scientific American)
• What Jeremy Lin Teaches Us About Talent (Wired) see also What Linsanity Says About New York (WSJ)
What are you reading?
Much too much ado about Greece
Category: Financial Press
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