My morning reads:
• Sell and Not-Hold (Businessweek)
• Author of the spectacularly wrong ‘Dow 36,000′ has new thoughts on the stock market (The Washington Post)
• Shiller: Yes, We’re Confident, but Who Knows Why (NYT)
• Our Chat With Jim O’Neill ‘BRIC’ Builder (WSJ)
• The jobs report, in seven charts (Wonkblog) see also The Rise of Part-Time Work (Economix)
• What’s Fueling the Housing Boom in Vegas? (CNBC)
• Cubans evade censorship by exchanging computer memory sticks, blogger says (McClatchy)
• 12 Cognitive Biases That Endanger Investors (Minyanville)
• The 19 Best Investment Blogs You Can Learn From (The College Investor)
• The future of Reddit (The Daily Dot)
What are you reading?
Employment Report: A terrible chart that gets a little better each month
Source: Calculated Risk
Category: Financial Press
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