Some Sunday morning reading:
• Ralph Acampora is bullish on stocks’ outlook (USA Today)
• Housing has been booming! Construction jobs haven’t. Here’s why. (Wonkblog) see also Data Shows Dramatic Drop in U.S. Foreclosures (World Property Channel)
• Lowenstein: There’s a Reason for Deposit Insurance (NYT)
• The economic recovery real (Economists View) but see Perspectives on a Sluggish Recovery (Conversable Economist)
• How bankers believed their own hype (FT.com)
• here’s the other side of the argument: Are Cries to Break Up Big Banks About Reform … Or Revenge? (American Banker) see also What Problem Does Breaking Up The Banks Fix? (Slate)
• Dude, Where’s My Red Wine Pill? The strange saga of resveratrol, the wonder drug that never was (New Republic)
• As Republicans Hail Hayek, Their Plans Advance Friedman (Echoes) see also The numbers prove it: The GOP is estranged from America (WaPo)
• How One Man Turned Himself Into a Publicly Owned Company (Atlantic)
• The Dunbar Number, From the Guru of Social Networks (Businessweek) see also Twitter-shaming can cost you your job (InfoWorld)
Whats for brunch?
Stock Market Navigated Through Historic Boom Bust Cycles
Source: Chart of the Day
Category: Financial Press
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