My morning reads:
• EVERYONE Should Be Thrilled By The Gold Crash (Business Insider) see also Gold Extends Bear-Market Plunge Below $1,400 on U.S. Recovery (Bloomberg)
• JC’s wrap up Market Technician Association Symposium 2013 (All Star Charts)
• Luck, Skill, and Investing (Morningstar) see also What you don’t know can cost you (MarketWatch)
• Microsoft, Intel Brave a Mobile World (WSJ)
• As Wall St. Soars in Tough Era, Company Size Is a Big Factor (NYT) see also Macroeconomic Overview Talk (Brad DeLong)
• News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier (theguardian)
• The Economic Case Against Tax Deductions (Businessweek) see also A Tax System Stacked Against the 99 Percent (NYT)
• If Companies Are People, why not them as if they were natural persons, in accordance with their newly discovered rights of free speech? (NYT)
• On Teens and iPhones. (The Axx) see also 48% of U.S. teens own an iPhone. 62% plan to buy one. (Fortune)
• Google Introduces Dead Man’s Switch For Your Accounts (Consumerist)
What are you reading?
Japan Triggers a Shift to Emerging Markets
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