Tday is Sunday. Here is what I am reading:
• Byron Wien is Wary of Market’s Optimism (Barron’s) but see 19 charts that will restore your faith in the global economy (Quartz)
• How to Turn a 3% Return Into a 10% Gain (Morningstar)
• Special Report: Pimco shook hands with the Fed – and made a killing (Reuters)
• The importance of rebalancing (CBS News) see also Frequency of Rebalancing: Why it matters (and why it doesn’t) (The Reformed Broker)
• Social Media? Keep Your Trades To Yourself (The Kirk Report)
• Toyota Camry’s Run as No. 1 U.S. Sedan May End Next Year
• The Wall Street Protection Racket: Pay the Government Fines, and Bankers Don’t Get Prosecuted (Buzz Flash)
• Republican hard-liners block strategy to avoid federal government shutdown (Washington Post)
• The Monkey Business of Pure Altruism (WSJ)
• Google turns 15: Here are 10 milestones that have shaped its search program (The Next Web) see also Google Alters Search to Handle More Complex Queries (Bits)
Whats for brunch?
Source: Washington Post
Category: Financial Press
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