My morning reading:
• Forget stock picking, stick with the indexes (MarketWatch)
• ‘Sharing economy’ is here to stay, so get used to it (Los Angeles Times)
• How Many ‘Greater Fools’ Does It Take to Make a Bubble? (Moneybeat) see also Housing Market Is Heating Up, if Not Yet Bubbling (Dealbook)
• A Synopsis of Fedspeak (Tim Duy’s Fed Watch)
• The JP Morgan apologists of CNBC (Reuters) see also Why Judges Are Scowling at Banks (NYT)
• Fiscal debates: Troubled waters ahead or perfect calm? (Vanguard)
• How to probe public attitudes? (Understanding Society)
• The Genius Of Twitter: A Paean (Tech Crunch)
• Obsoletive (stratēchery)
• New York in Black and White (Wired New York)
What are you reading?
Apple Passes Coca-Cola as Most Valuable Brand
Category: Financial Press
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