My afternoon train reading
• Intro to Markets: Late Day Sell-Offs (The Reformed Broker)
• Ray Dalio: Southern Europe Is About to Enter a ‘Lost Decade’ (WSJ)
• Fed Seen Starting QE3 While Extending Rate Pledge to 2015 (Bloomberg)
• Evolution, Revolutions, and Obligated Liquidity (All About Alpha)
• 5 Ways to Avoid Natural Reactions that Prevent You from Making Good Decisions (Buffer) see also 9.11 and the Narrative Fallacy (Above The Market)
• How Matthew Murray’s Sliding D-Valve Made Us Prosper (Bloomberg)
• E-books are already getting cheaper, thanks to Department of Justice (Ars Technica) see also Amazon, Forced to Collect a Tax, Is Adding Roots (NYT)
• Taxes Show One Way to Save Fuel (NYT)
• Google Fiber: A lesson on free market failure (Extreme Tech)
• Inspired by ‘The Filter Bubble’: Q&A with Collusion developer Atul Varma (Ted)
What are you reading?
S&P 500 Sectors Distance From All-Time Highs
Category: Financial Press
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