My afternoon train reading:

• The Consequences of Crowding (Above the Market) see also Defensive Sectors Leading… So What (Ticker Sense)
• How to Be a Better Friend (Scientific American)
• Apple Rejects Google Now; EU to Investigate (Stratechery) but see Consumers’ shift to older iPhones raises concerns on Wall Street (Los Angeles Times)
Meh! Counting Google searches predicts market movements (Nature)
• 10 Years Later: Where in the World is Equal Weight Indexing Now? (Social Science Research Network) see also No Free Lunch from Equal Weight S&P 500 (Rick Ferri)
• Boston Marathon Bombing Carjack victim recounts his harrowing night (Boston)
• Cities Of The Future, Built By Drones, Bacteria, And 3-D Printers (Fast Company) see also E. coli enters the energy game, could pump out petroleum (arstechnica)
• The Human Cost of Ideology: Health, Medicaid and Conservatism (Letting the Data Speak)
• The Incredible Shrinking Budget Deficit (Economix) see also Democrats ask: What debt crisis? (Politico)
• The best jokes from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner (The Week)

What are you reading?

 

U.S. Companies Are Back on Top
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Source: Businessweek

Category: Financial Press

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3 Responses to “10 Tuesday PM Reads”

  1. VennData says:

    O’Connor questions court’s decision to take Bush v. Gore

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/ct-met-sandra-day-oconnor-edit-board-20130427,0,1201477.story

    Whoops!

    Hey you did your dirty work for the monied interest, enjoy yourself Sandra!

  2. PeterR says:

    Fa(r)ceBook results this afternoon to end irrational exuberance?

    http://blogs.marketwatch.com/need-to-know/2013/05/01/7-gut-checks-before-the-opening-bell/

    http://blogs.marketwatch.com/thetell/2013/04/30/facebook-user-data-in-spotlight-ahead-of-earnings/

    Will there be any more transparency about their site metrics (method of counting users, etc.), or will:

    The Farce Be With Them?