My morning reads:
• Money Matters: A bull-and-bear naturalist (Winnipeg Free Press) [ridiculously nice profile of yours truly]
• The Question You Should Be Asking About the Stock Market (Bucks)
• The deadly quest for safety (Coppola Comment) see also The Constant Correction Call (The Reformed Broker)
• Michael Lewis: The Trouble with Wall Street — shocking news that Goldman Sachs is greedy (New Republic)
• Too Big to Fail Too Hard to Fix Amid Calls to Curb Banks (Bloomberg) see also UK prepares new law to break up errant banks (Reuters)
• More than one way to rebalance Portfolios (Morningstar)
• U.S. Accuses S&P of Fraud in Suit on Loan Bundles (DealBook) see also S&P expects U.S. lawsuit over pre-crisis credit ratings (Reuters)
• Unplugged: Why is Michael Dell buying back his company? (USA Today)
• Silicon Valley’s Favorite Stories (Bits) see also Paul Kedrosky Has A Fascinating Theory About What Has Gone Wrong At Apple (Business Insider)
• OMG, this is hilarious! Hitchhiker uses hatchet to save woman from crazy attacker, gives best NSFW interview ever (philly.com)
What are you reading?
Global Stockmarket Performance
Source: The Economist
Category: Financial Press
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