My afternoon train reads:
• If you make the same forecast repeatedly for 15 years, you will eventually be right: Dow 36,000 Is Attainable Again (Bloomberg)
• Why analysts should not be investors, Andy Zaky edition (Reuters)
• What to do now if you’re mostly in cash (MarketWatch) but see Wrong question. (The Reformed Broker)
• More to Dow’s Rally Than Just the Fed (WSJ)
• When the Corporate Elite Supported Raising Taxes (Echoes)
• Why 401k Investors Chase Performance – and How to Prevent It (Fiduciary News) see also 401Ks are a disaster (USA Today)
• Investors Seek Ways to Profit From Global Warming (Businessweek)
• To Hell with Reg FD! Bank of America Investors Grill CFO At Dinner (The Street)
• How Disney Bought Lucasfilm—and Its Plans for ‘Star Wars’ (Businessweek)
• A Day in the Life of a Freelance Journalist—2013 (Natethayer)
What are you reading?
Low Interest Rates Drive Consumer Spending
Category: Financial Press
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