My afternoon train reads:
• Bye-Bye, PCs (Barron’s)
• U.S. Stocks Top All Other Assets for First Time Since ’95 (Bloomberg)
• Countdown to change at the Fed (Market Watch)
• John Paulson Doubles Down on Real Estate (WSJ) see also Doubts About Independent Foreclosure Review Spread (ProPublica)
• When Banks Were Able to Print Their Own Money, Literally (Echoes)
• IMF’s epic plan to conjure away debt and dethrone bankers (The Telegraph) see also Will central banks cancel government debt? (FT Alphaville)
• You Don’t Work as Hard as You Say You Do (Economix)
• The Voter-Fraud Myth (The New Yorker)
• Apple Sees Schools Buoying Tablet Lead With iPad in Class (Bloomberg) see also Small iPad may be big problem for Kindle (Market Watch)
• These Pictures May Give You Nightmares About The Canada Oil Sands (Business Insider)
What are you reading?
The Once-Mighty U.S. Consumer Awakens
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