My afternoon train reading:
• Investors Appear Deaf to Earnings Alarms (WSJ) but see Trouble Not as Close as It Appears (WSJ)
• FINRA: Conflict of Interest? Moi? (WSJ)
• Investors’ Biggest Mistake: Excessive Caution (Systematic Relative Strenth)
• Kass: In Defense of Short Selling (The Street)
• Earnings Growth Disappears as Spending Cuts Hit Limit (Bloomberg) see also Dividends: U.S. Continuing Descent Toward Recession (Political Calculations)
• Business Hiring Calms Concerns About U.S. Fiscal Cliff (Bloomberg)
• How Much Is Your Customer’s Time Worth? (Kellogg Insight)
• Do you identify as intelligent? (The Last Word On Nothing)
• Do We Need Subsidies for Solar and Wind Power? (WSJ)
• Conserve Your Willpower: It Runs Out (Wired)
What are you reading?
Bullish Sign for Stocks? Leverage Is Up
Category: Financial Press
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