My morning reads:
• The Tale of Apple Average Selling Price (Marketing Strategy and Pricing) see also Is Apple Really Going to Join a Race to the Bottom? (Businessweek)
• Keep Investing as Simple as Possible (Motley Fool)
• Strongest Bull Market In 65 Years (The Reformed Broker) see also Historic market rise underway (msnmoney)
• The Death of Peak Oil: End of a Flawed Theory (Fiscal Times)
• Has value investing worked in Japan’s long bear market (1990 to 2011)? (Greenbackd)
• Sorry, commodities are a poor diversification tool (FT Alphaville) see also Do Commodities Speculators Make Things Cost More? (Harvard Business Review)
• Why slower U.S. home sales signal a good recovery (Fortune)
• The Burmuda Triangle of Punditry (PunditTracker)
• Easing of Mortgage Curb Weighed (WSJ)
• Apparently Undergraduate Finance Students Believe in ESP (MoJo)
What are you reading?
Apple Sales: Profits or Volume
Category: Financial Press
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