My afternoon train reading:
• You’re Doing It Wrong: 4 Mistakes That Make Everyone a Bad Investor (Fool) see also Lessons Learned From Well-Behaved Investors (Bucks)
• Markets: The investor’s dilemma (FT.com)
• One Difference Between a Great Recession and a Great Depression: Jobs (Harvard Business Review)
• Why Hedge Funds’ Glory Days May Be Gone for Good (Businessweek) see also Paulson’s gold fund loses 65% so far this year. Wow. (MarketWatch)
• Where did the Reach for Yield Go? (Synthenomics)
• WTF!? Corporate Insiders Shift From ‘Buy’ to ‘Sell’ as Bankruptcy Nears (WSJ)
• The Insurance Industry’s Liberal Turn (Daily Beast)
• America’s Next Top Super Berry? (WSJ) see also Farming Got Hip In Iran Some 12,000 Years Ago, Ancient Seeds Reveal (KDLG)
• How Clothes Should Fit (How Clothes Should Fit)
• Who Is Howard Stern? Rolling Stone’s 1990 Feature (Rolling Stone)
What are you reading?
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