My morning reads:
• Investors Finally Shed Fears (WSJ) see also Hedging Against a Drop in the S&P (Barron’s)
• Asian Stocks Head for 18-Month High (Bloomberg)
• Yes, but how much did China REALLY grow in 2012? How about 5.5%? (FT Alphaville)
• Bull Wagers Tumble Most This Year as Gold Bets Drop (Bloomberg)
• Preet Bharara: The man who strikes fear into Wall Street (The Globe and Mail) see also Prosecutors, Shifting Strategy, Build New Wall Street Cases (DealBook)
• Requim for Investing Twitter (Interloper)
• Performance of Morningstar’s New Analyst Ratings For Mutual Funds in 2012 (Wall Street Rant)
• G20 Communiqué Translated (Macro Man)
• Google Works on Launching Retail Stores (Yahoo Finance) see also I Want To Be Like Google When I Grow Up (The Altucher Confidential)
• Scientists ‘on the threshold’ of major dark matter discovery (The Raw Story)
What are you reading?
With Stock Prices Soaring, Investors Fear Another Crash
Category: Financial Press
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