My afternoon train reads:
• 10 things Brokers won’t say (MarketWatch)
• A Brief History of the ETF (money&markets)
• Will Wall Street Ever Learn E-Mails Are Forever? (Bloomberg)
• Wonk alert: Seasonal adjustments post crisis moderate for U.S. economy (WSJ)
• What’s Dell’s Bidding Process Really About? (Clue: It’s Not About Fixing Dell) (All Things D)
• Same generic drug, many prices (Consumer Reports)
• Your Next Smartphone Screen May Be Made of Sapphire (MIT Technology Review)
• Password denied: when will Apple get serious about security? (The Verge) see also Samsung filing confirms ‘Apple can seek even more damages [than $1.05 billion] in the new trial’ (FOSS Patents)
• Inside North Korea’s Environmental Collapse (PBS)
• On Reddit, good links rise to the top — but sometimes take a few attempts to get there (Nieman Journalism Lab)
What are you reading?
Major Asset Classes Q1 2013 (as of March 31 2013)
Source: Capital Spectator
Category: Financial Press
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