My afternoon “Whats-all-the-Yellin’-about”  train reading:

• Four Key Points From Yellen on Tapering (WSJ) see also Yellen on Stocks: This Isn’t a Bubble (WSJ)
• The ‘Easiest’ Year of This Bull Market Is Ending  (Yahoo Finance)
• Looking For Love On The Bloomberg Terminal (Buzzfeed)
• Financial Advisers: How to Counsel Clients in a Hot IPO Market (CFA Institute)
• Bid Wars Wane in U.S. Housing Markets on Supply Rise (Bloomberg)
• Occupy Wall Street activists buy $15m of Americans’ personal debt (Guardian) see also Occupy’s Plan To Cancel Consumer Debt Has Been A Big Success So Far (Business Insider)
• Elizabeth Warren to Regulators, Congress: End ‘Too Big to Fail’ (Nation)
• Will Google Docs kill off Microsoft Office? (CNN)
• Aspiring Lego designers are called to Denmark to build Lego sets under pressure (WSJ)
• Lou Reed’s New York Was Hell or Heaven (NY Times)

What are you reading?

 

IPO Market Shows Signs Of Cooling Down

Source: WSJ

Category: Financial Press

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3 Responses to “10 Thursday PM Reads”

  1. A. Cy Lum says:

    My quandary with the dynamics of the current rally are in its underlying causes: How much of it is Fed driven? How much is based on actual company results, ie. individual financial reports? How much speculation, long/short vis-a-vis the bubble or not debate?

    A. Cy Lum

  2. darms says:

    google docs is dead to me as is MS office – I use “Open Office” & will never store significant documents in “the cloud”…

  3. postpartisandepression says:

    I thought the whole reason the stock market looks healthy is that there is no where else to park your money and get any sort of return? So as long as interest rates are essentially zero the stock market will look like it is functioning.

    So much for efficient markets.