Good Sunday morning. Our eclectic weekend reads, warmed up for your brunch enjoyment:
• Bridgewater May Be the Hottest Hedge Fund for Harvard Grads, but It’s Also the Weirdest (The Daily Beast)
• Yes, the Financial System Is Rigged. Why Shouldn’t You Profit From That Knowledge? (Businessweek) see also It’s Not Just the Fed (Barron’s)
• Equities rally sparks gold funds sell-off (FT.com)
• The Best Tweets for Your Money (WSJ)
• The five biggest lies about entitlement programs (Los Angeles Times)
• What Eric Holder Got Right and Wrong About Big Banks (The Fiscal Times) see also Lawmakers rip into regulators over money-laundering prosecution (The Washington Post)
• Five Military Cuts That Would Fix Sequestration (Businessweek)
• New robots in the workplace: Job creators or job terminators? (The Washington Post)
• Still Abiding After 15 Years: The Laid-Back World of ‘Big Lebowski’ Worship (The Atlantic)
• When ‘Jazz’ Was a Dirty Word (WSJ)
What’s for brunch today?
Showdown Over Notes That Float
Category: Financial Press
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