My morning reading:

• How to Fire Your Financial Adviser (WSJ)
• The Past 5 Years Explained in 73 Headlines (Motley Fool)
• Jony Ive: The man behind Apple’s magic curtain (USA Today) see also Apple Chiefs Discuss Strategy, Market Share—and the New iPhones (Businessweek)
• Boat Sales Buoyed as Americans Downsize Fleets (Bloomberg)
• Interconnectedness and Contagion (Social Science Research Network) see also ‘Too big to fail’ is still a threat to the financial system (FT.com)
• The Return of the Decade of the Brain (Esquire)
• AllThingsD parting ways with Dow Jones (Fortune) see also AllThingsD founders are in talks to value their new venture at up to $40 million (Quartz)
• How to Haggle for Art (WSJ)
• Once an $18,000 Home on a Decaying Street, Now a $5 Million Gem (NYT) see also U.S. Homebuying Math Bolstered by Bernanke’s Surprise (Bloomberg)
• Comedians as Prophets (Esquire)

What are you reading?

 

Stock Investors Are Left Wondering When on Fed’s Taper
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Source: WSJ

Category: Financial Press

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4 Responses to “10 Friday AM Reads”

  1. RW says:

    The Seven Cardinal Virtues of Equitable Growth

    1. Take the dual mandate seriously – full employment is as critical as stable inflation.
    2. Boost both public and private investment, particularly in capital goods and education.
    3. Focus economy on value-adding sectors rather than value-subtracting ones.
    4. Tax carbon, as of yesterday.
    5. More immigration.
    6. Improve equality of opportunity, by improving equality of result if needs be.
    7. Better and probably bigger government – private sectors prone to market failure are growing larger and faster than most.

  2. DeDude says:

    The crazies did it again.

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/20/politics/congress-spending-showdown/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

    So I guess the next step will be that the Senate pass a bill that gives ObamaCare twice as much funding as it needs. Then the reasonable compromise in conference will be to fund everything at current law.

  3. VennData says:

    If you don’t demand that we strip Obama of his Secret Service Protection, you are not a real American,

    Shut down government, or we take Obama’s protrction away!!