Good Monday morning! Some reads to start off your workweek:
• Who’s Right on the Stock Market? (NY Times)
• Investors Weigh End Game in Bond Rally (WSJ) see also Bond strategies for today’s markets (Fidelity)
• Small no longer looks quite so beautiful (FT)
• Biggest 2013 ETF Launches Tell New Tales (Index Universe)
• Jim Chanos on Taking Risks Early (Reformed Broker) see also 22 Brilliant Quotes From Legendary Short-Seller Jim Chanos (Business Insider)
• Japan Inc. Profits Double as Cost-Cutting CEOs Pace Recovery (Bloomberg)
• Health-care smartphone apps that show heart rhythms, X-rays and who isn’t washing their hands. (WSJ) see also How to prevent the biggest kind of mistake doctors make: incorrect diagnoses.(WSJ)
• In a series of exclusive interviews, Microsoft’s CEO explained how he came to believe he wasn’t the best person to remake the company. (WSJ)
• Apple & Samsung take massive 109% of mobile industry profits while competitors lose money (Apple Insider) see also Apple’s Jony Ive and Designer Marc Newson on Their Shared “Level of Perfection” (Vanity Fair)
• History Comes to Life With Tweets From Past (NY Times)
What are you reading?
Inflation Adjusted Gasoline Prices
Source: Chart of the Day
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