My morning reading:
• Grantham: Buy Wood. (Reformed Broker) but see Why guru ETFs beat human gurus (Felix Salmon)
• S&P 500 Celebrates One-Year Above 200-Day Moving Average (MoneyBeat)
• Stock Market Trading: The 20 Rules of Engagement (Minyanville) see also Four Costly Ideas that Hurt Investors (A Dash of Insight)
• Big Thinkers With Quick Answers on the Year Ahead (Businessweek)
• Fed Looks for Other Ways to Aid Economy (NY Times) see also As Fed Searches for Solutions, Its Power Wanes (WSJ)
• Twitter: Find Your Favorite Analyst by Following Fowl? (Institutional Investor)
• Too Sure By Half (Above the Market) see also Anxiety Over Asset Bubbles From Homes to Internet Rising in Poll (Bloomberg)
• What Can We Do About the Fact That We’re All a Little Bit Prejudiced? (Pacific Standard)
• Obamacare is Obama’s Obamacare. (Not his Katrina.) (Washington Post) see also This chart is amazing news for our health cost problem (Washington Post)
• Hilarious! Stupid Things Equity Research People Say (Tumblr)
What are you reading?
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