My afternoon train reads:
• Bette Midler says Larry Summers is bad choice for Fed chairman (MarketWatch)
• Rogoff Saying This Time Different Calls for Reflation (Bloomberg)
• The Problem with 401(k) Plans (Baseline Scenario) see also Why Retirement Risks Are Best Shared (Harvard Business Review)
• Bond Hubris Overwhelms Fed in Riskiest Credit-Market Sectors (Bloomberg)
• Mortgage Fraud Task Force Stats: Did You See This? WOW (Sense on Cents) see also U.S. Mortgage Group Forced to Correct Initiative Stats (Bloomberg)
• Diversification Isn’t Broken, It Just Takes a While (NYT)
• Exegesis: How early adapters, innovative publishers, legacy media companies and more are pushing toward the annotated web (Nieman Lab
• Is Wall Street Now Immune to D.C. Dysfunction? (Yahoo Finance)
• On Survival School (Derek Scruggs) see also Four Extreme Leadership Principles Of A Navy SEAL (Forbes)
What are you reading?
A Corn Boom Starts to Wilt
Category: Financial Press
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