Good Sunday morning — a few reads for the middle of your 3 day weekend:
• Alan Blinder: Financial Collapse: A 10-Step Recovery Plan (NYT)
• Google says Wall Street estimates need adjusting (Reuters) see also Have Mutual Fund Rating Agencies Lost Their Mojo? (Fiduciary News)
• Channeling Marshall McLuhan Markets to Washington: You know nothing of our work (Washington Post)
• How to Cut Megabanks Down to Size (NYT) see also Big Banks’ Biggest Foe Says It’s Time to Break Up (Fiscal Times)
• Fed Concerned About Overheated Markets Amid Record Bond Buys (Bloomberg)
• How to Owe Capital-Gains Taxes Without Even Trying (WSJ) see also Prepare for zero growth, no recovery, resource wars (Marketwatch)
• The End of Labor: How to Protect Workers From the Rise of Robots (The Atlantic)
• Regionals Outplay Big Banks (WSJ) see also JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon Offers Illusion of Transparency (Bloomberg)
• Americans Similarly Dissatisfied With Corporations, Gov’t (Gallup)
• The 150 Things the World’s Smartest People Are Afraid Of (Motherboard)
What’s for brunch?
Navigating the Dividend Storm
Category: Financial Press
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