My Monday morning reading to start the week:
• Middle class struggles to get good financial advice (USA Today) see also Keep Your Portfolio Simple (WSJ)
• Lesson From Buffett: Doubt Yourself (WSJ)
• In Repurchase Craze, Companies Rush to Buy High (Yahoo Finance) but see Stock buybacks beat the market (MarketWatch)
• Bond Buyers See No 1994 Rout Helped by Bernanke Clarity (Bloomberg)
• This is more extreme than my views: Gold Is Dead (Capuchinomics) see also Gold Bulls Split With Buffett as Traders Say Sell (Bloomberg)
• Doubleline’s Jeff Gundlach: Interest Rates Will Stay Low — The Economy Is Too Weak For The Fed To Ease Off The Gas Pedal (Business Insider)
• Lessons from Broken Clocks (Above the Market)
• Public pensions stay private (USA Today)
• Rolling Stones rock packed house after price cuts in LA (Reuters)
• 40 Gargoyles and Grotesques Around the World (Twisted Sifter)
What are you reading?
DJIA 1,000-Point Thresholds
• Chasing Negative Performance (BlackRock)
Category: Financial Press
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