My morning reads:
• Asset Allocation & Rebalancing Review (Capital Spectator) but see Sell in May? (Humble Student of the Markets)
• Time for a Reboot For Tech on Street (WSJ)
• On the Rise: The Millennials are finally poised to start spending, which is good news for the economy and stocks. (Barron’s) but see For ‘Millennials,’ a Tide of Cynicism and a Partisan Gap (NYT)
• The Myth of America’s Tech-Talent Shortage (Atlantic)
• Bank of Japan Sends a Gift to U.S. Markets: Yield Seekers (WSJ) see also Blaming Europe’s Central Bank (NYT)
• ITS TOUGH ALL OVER: Why top bankers are struggling on million dollar salaries (efinancial careers)
• Expecting the Unexpected When It Comes to Retirement Planning (WSJ)
• Two Bears: The Bear Case on Apple (Stratechery) see also Bad Apple? (The Daily Beast)
• ‘Victory for bees’ as Europe bans neonicotinoid pesticides blamed for destroying bee population (The Independent)
• I love this tale: Bad Reviews for Patron at Restaurant in Mexico (NYT)
What are you reading?
United States versus Euro Area: A Chart that shows the Difference
Source: Philippe Waechter
Category: Financial Press
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