My morning reads:
• The Next Secular Bull Market Is Still A Few Years Away (Street Talk Live) see also Insiders now aggressively bearish (MarketWatch)
• The bullshit about uncertainty: How a Nation Got Snookered by a Phony Narrative (Bloomberg)
• Federal Reserve Hit by Hackers (PCMAG)
• Money Changes Everything (NYT)
• Time for Tiny Fees on HFT: The .03% Solution (ProPublica) or Revive the Financial Transaction Tax (DealBook)
• RBS: “Just amazing how libor fixing can make you so much money” (FT Alphaville)
• Burning Down the House of S&P (Rational Irrationality) see also State Lawsuits Could Add to S&P Exposure (WSJ)
• EVERYBODY HATES BONDS: Jim Rogers Joins Bill Gross Warning on Treasuries (Bloomberg)
• Is Facebook over? (Salon) see also Twitter on Route to Maturity—Maybe IPO (WSJ)
• ‘Bailout’: Neil Barofsky’s Adventures in Groupthink City (TAIBBLOG)
What are you reading?
Shades of ’80s for Japan’s Stocks
Category: Financial Press
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