Welcome back after the long holiday weekend, Some reading material to start off your post Turkey week:

• Investors excited about the market at the wrong time (MarketWatch) but see Why you should always buy on Black Friday (MarketWatch)
Bagehot: An Economists’ Oscar Wilde (Wilson Quarterly)
• WWJD: What Will Janet Do? (WSJ)
• Everything Is Amazing and Nobody Is Happy (Motley Fool) see also A Deeper Look at Those Skeptical Charts on Forward Earnings Estimates (A Dash of Insight)
• NFL on defense with tax break (Politico)
• Even When Stocks Make You Nervous, Count Your Blessings (WSJ)
• Buffett on “Investing between the lines” (Seeking Wisdom)
• Delivery drones are coming: Jeff Bezos promises half-hour shipping with Amazon Prime Air (The Verge) see also A drone of your very own: These aren’t your average remote-controlled aircraft (Washington Post)
• What you need to know to become an angel investor (WSJ)
• ‘Memories’ pass between generations (BBC)

What are you reading?


Where Global Economies Are In Their Growth Cycle

Source: Business Insider

Category: Financial Press

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6 Responses to “10 Monday AM Reads”

  1. swag says:

    The Anti-Reactionary FAQ

    (very long, very fun read)


  2. swag says:

    Virginia Postrel sez Quit Yer Bitchin’ and enjoy some excellent TV, wage slaves!


  3. hue says:

    Thanksgiving Is For Sociopaths (AlterNet) Mark Cuban: Why You Should Take Advantage Of Black Friday (And Cyber Monday) (Business Insider)

    Forget the PS4. Here’s What’s Really Saving the Japanese Economy (Wonkblog: WaPo)

    Attack of the Drones: A View From the Unfriendly Skies (TED Blog)