My Sunday morning reads:
• The Global Quest to Save Retirement (Bloomberg) but see Retirees Are Optimistic (or Delusional) About Leaving Inheritances (Bloomberg)
• New Indicator Suggests the Market Is Getting Riskier (Marketwatch)
• Ben Bernanke Continues To Crush It As Most Hedge Funds Underperform: Complete Hedge Fund Performance Update (Zero Hedge)
• Drivers of financial boom and bust may be all in the mind, study finds (EurekAlert) see also “New Shit Has Come to Light”: Information Seeking Behavior in The Big Lebowski (Wiley Online Library)
• With a Tweet, Twitter Starts a Debate About IPOs (NYT)
• The only uncertainty is why some cannot see facts. (Antonio Fatas on the Global Economy)
• Four Lost Decades: Why American Politics is All Messed Up (Rational Irrationality)
• The Market Failure of First Dates (Priceonomics)
• The $550 iPhone 5C Makes Perfect Sense (stratēchery) see also Retail Therapy: Inside the Apple Store (McSweeney’s)
• 21 Ways Supermarkets Control Your Mind (BuzzFeed)
What’s for brunch?
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Source: I Love Charts
Category: Financial Press
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