My reads to start off the week:
• Investors seem more bewildered than blind to risks, trapped between paltry yields on safer assets and bets on a somewhat frothy stock market (WSJ)
• Investors Funneling Cash Into ETFs at Fastest Pace In Three Years (Baron’s) see also Will Halloween come early this year? (Market Watch)
• Felix: The problem with high frequency trading (Reuters)
• Cheapest Chinese Stocks Since ’97 Not Enough to Signal Rally (Bloomberg)
• Will QE3 Cause Serious Inflation? Not With Economic Prospects So Dismal. (Slate)
• Don’t call it money printing, rubiks cube edition (Alphaville)
• America’s duopoly of money in politics and manipulation of public opinion (The Guardian)
• Debates Fail to Decide Elections Amid Myth of Kennedy-Nixon (Bloomberg)
• You’re an Idiot. Statistically Speaking. (Motley Fool)
• The Who’s Pete Townshend, a reluctant rock star (CBS News)
What are you reading?
Silicon Valley’s Stock Funk
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