My morning reading:
• Billions of dollars wasted on investment advice (FT.com) see also ‘Fee-Only’ Financial Advisers Who Don’t Charge Fees Alone (Moneybeat)
• Shutdown? What Shutdown? It’s Time to Buy U.S. Government Bonds! (Daniel Gross)
• Hedge funds and private equity are thriving … thanks to pension funds (The Guardian) see also Risk-Free Returns for Everybody! (Institutional Investor)
• Bermuda’s Search for New Wealth (WSJ)
• It’s the Austerity, Stupid: How We Were Sold an Economy-Killing Lie (MoJo)
• Why the commercial real estate crash never came (Fortune) see also Why Wall Street Loves Houses Again (Atlantic)
• Open-Government Laws Fuel Hedge-Fund Profits (WSJ)
• MIT’s Williams Decodes Economics of Gene Sequencing (Bloomberg)
• What Apple won’t tell you: The iPhone 5s is outselling the 5c nearly four-to-one (Quartz) see also 5s (Dustin Curtis)
• Mo Town: Mariano Rivera’s last home game (The New Yorker)
What are you reading?
Taper Delay Stimulates Debt
Category: Financial Press
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