Markets are closed in the US, but I still go thru my favorite sites and papers. Here’s what I’m reading today:
• Waggoner: No bubble in big tech yet (USA Today)
• Hedge Funds Raise Gold Wagers as Goldman Sees Drop (Bloomberg) see also Gold price suffers worst year since 1981 (Fidelity)
• 4 Financial Rules of Thumb in Need of Upgrades (MarketWatch)
• China’s economy grew 7.7% in 2013 because Beijing got nervous and started juicing (Quartz)
• Taming Bubbles is Hard, But Central Banks Can Try: Dallas Fed Paper (WSJ) but see What’s That You’re Calling a Bubble? (Harvard Business Review)
• Medical marijuana production in Canada set for dramatic change (National Post)
• Macro Master—Roger Lowenstein on Tim Harford’s chatty economic primer (WSJ)
• In 2013, the Fed showed why fiscal policy is still important (Washington Post)
• 16 Basic Principles for Avoiding Stupidity (LinkedIn)
• A wishlist for the next generation of Spotify-like services (WSJ)
What are you reading?
Category: Financial Press
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