My morning reads:
• How to Understand What the Fed Says (Bloomberg) see also 5 Ideas to Help You Read Bernanke’s Mind (Fiscal Times)
• On what really is different this time around (FT Alphaville)
• Is this a good thing? Quant Trading Comes to Main Street (Fortune)
• How’s that “End-of-the-World’ Trade working out for ya? (The Reformed Broker)
• Bond Investors Head for the Hills (WSJ) see also Making the Case for a Rise in Inflation (NYT)
• Krueger: Sequester Cuts Hurting Key Research (Washington Wire)
• CBO’s Case for Immigration: $197 Billion Cut in U.S. Deficit (Daily Beast)
• CBO: Senate Immigration Bill Would Increase Population, Decrease Deficits Over 10 Years (Talking Points Memo)
• You’re Too Cheap to Fly Faster (Medium)
• Eliminating stupidity is easier than creating brilliance (Sabermetric Research) see also 3 Pieces Of Advice I’d Give My 18-Year-Old Self If I Could (Thought Catalog)
What are you reading?
Price to Earnings Ratio (PE Ratio) from 1900 to Present
Source: Chart of the Day
Category: Financial Press
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