My afternoon train read:
• Apple’s First Computer Was A Better Investment Than Apple Stock (priceonomics) see also Why Apple Makes Only One iPhone, and Doesn’t Want to Make a Phablet (Video) (All Things D)
• Olick: Rising Mortgage Rates, Home Prices a Lethal Brew (CNBC)
• Deutsche Bank’s Six ’13 Rally Busters (Fox)
• Public and private saving and the long shadow of macroeconomic shocks (Vox)
• The ‘cult of capitalism’ and U.S. moral decline (MarketWatch)
• How Congress Quietly Overhauled Its Insider-Trading Law (npr)
• Have U.S. states figured out a way to avoid a global race to the bottom on taxes? (Wonkblog) see also Blame FDR and LBJ for ‘Moocher’ Paradox in Red States (Bloomberg)
• In Dubai, the number of Abandoned Luxury Cars lying around is kind of a Problem (Messy Nessy Chic)
• How to Find Your Purpose and Do What You Love (Brain Pickings) see also “This is your life. Do what you love and do it often.” (Holstee)
• Flickr Finds No. 31 (Colossal)
What are you reading?
Don’t Believe New Housing Bubble Hype
Category: Financial Press
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