My Sunday morning reads:
• Stock investors: Don’t fight QE3 in Q4 (MarketWatch)
• Iranian Rial: Gresham’s law takes Iran (Alphaville)
• SHILLER: Housing Fever Can Work Both Ways (NYT)
• Bernanke’s QE3 Will Turn Out Better Than Japan’s (Bloomberg)
• Welch Conspiracy Theory on Jobs Data Not Tied to Reality (BusinessWeek) see also Debunking the jobs report conspiracy theories (Washington Post)
• The Internet Blowhard’s Favorite Phrase: Why do people love to say that correlation does not imply causation? (Slate)
• The Real Reason We Can’t Stop Talking About Steve Jobs (Forbes) see also Apple Critics Sharpen Their Pens, But Lack Logic (Barron’s)
• A Master of Improv, Writing Twitter’s Script (NYT) Dick Costolo was a stand-up comedian years before becoming the chief at Twitter
• Pete Townshend: The Voice of ‘My Generation (WSJ)
• O’Reilly, Stewart joust at mock debate (AP)
What are you reading?
Election year bodes well for market to hit new highs
Category: Financial Press
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