Here are my morning reads:

• World Led by U.S. Poised for Fastest Growth Since 2010 (Bloomberg) see also David Rosenberg: U.S. economy in 2014 has more upside than many think (Financial Post)

• A Noble Lie on Market Timing (Morningstar)

• Bullish Sentiment is Now Officially Embarrassing (Reformed Broker) but see Risk from bubble trouble is overblown (FT)


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Category: Finance

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5 Responses to “10 Thursday AM Reads”

  1. patslatt says:

    The substantial yearly fluctuations in stock prices call for the nerves of a good poker player. Alternatively,investors should take Warren Buffet’s attitude that it wouldn’t matter if the market closed for the next five years.

  2. hue says:

    Safety Net Made Great Recession A Lot Less Horrible for Most Americans(AEIdeas)

    Fidelity Allowing Bitcoins in IRAs (ZeroHedge)

    The Blockbuster Movie Model That Ate Hollywood (Variety) Sony retrenchment shows that studios’ blueprints are committed to scale over substance

  3. PeterR says:

    The Jerry Seinfeld series “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee” is finally returning on January 2nd. Sounds like Howard Sterns’s voice in the background of the teaser.

    About time!

  4. Conan says:

    Is the Pope Right About the World?
    We’re living at a far more equal, peaceful, and prosperous time than the pontiff acknowledges.

    Uruguay’s cannabis law
    Weed all about it

    Why Gun Control Is Basically Dead

    Household Net Worth: The “Real” Story