My afternoon train reading:

• Hedge holdings soar despite returns trailing behind equities (FT)
• Is the Bull Tiring? (Barron’s)
• Byron Wien Predicted 10 Big Surprises For 2013 — Here’s How They’re Doing (Business Insider)
• Public and Private Sector Payroll Jobs: Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama (Calculated Risk)
• U.S. poised for stronger growth in 2014, Fed to taper by March: Reuters poll (Reuters) see also New Market Leadership – Warehouses Over Townhouses? (Reformed Broker)
• Long Island Foreclosures Spur Looters Amid Home Limbo (Bloomberg)
• Household Net Worth: The “Real” Story (Advisor Perspectives)
• CIA’s former ‘chief of disguise’ has a new holiday job: ‘Kids’ Gift Detective’ for Target (Washington Post)
• Is the Pope Right About the World? (The Atlantic)
• The Afterlife Of American Clothes (NPR)

What are you reading?


Snapshots of Retail Sales Are Coming In Blurry

Source: WSJ

Category: Financial Press

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2 Responses to “10 Thursday PM Reads”

  1. jacobh says:

    Great, whatever Byron Wien says now is blocked from my mind as mere noise.