My afternoon train reads:
• Record High Close for Dow, Spurred by Fed and Profits (NYT) see also New Dow Highs Usually Spur More Buying (WSJ)
• ‘Lost decade’ not over for 401(k)s, IRAs (MarketWatch)
• FBI joins SEC in computer trading probe (FT.com) see also U.S. state regulators urge Congress to probe high-frequency trading (Reuters)
• The Latest Prediction of The World’s Wrongest Man (New York)
• Buffett Picks His ‘Bear’ for Annual Meeting (DealBook) see also Buffett’s Lament; or, Don’t Let The “Uncle Warren” Stuff Fool You (Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up)
• Greenspan Fed’s Biggest Mistake: LTCM Rate Cuts (Macroeconomic Silence)
• Apple nearly called the iPhone the ‘TelePod’, ‘Mobi’, ‘TriPod’ and even ‘iPad’ (Digital Trends) see also Apple’s Reality Distortion Field Relocates to Wall Street (Time)
• U.S. Has 7th Highest Cancer Rate in the World (WebMD)
• The Mystery of Easter Island (World Property Channel)
• 9 Ways Dr. Seuss Was a Secret Bad-Ass (Hollywood)
What are you reading?
Big Banks Error Rates Raise Questions About $9.3B Settlement
Category: Financial Press
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