Here is my afternoon train reading:
• How to Invest as Interest Rates Rise (WSJ)
• Why 2014 could be the most interesting year in technology in a long time (Quartz) see also Q&A with Marc Andreessen: Bubble Believers ‘Don’t Know What They’re Talking About’ (WSJ)
• Investors grow confident — or is it overconfident? — as stocks hit record highs (Yahoo Finance)
• Dr. Doomlove, or How Nouriel Roubini Learned to Stop Worrying (Businessweek)
• Hilsenrath’s Takeaways: Highlights From Bernanke’s Speech (WSJ) see also A Weekend of Fedspeak (Tim Duy’s Fed Watch)
• 30 Under 30 (Forbes)
• MIT Economist Seeks Facts in Health-Care Policy Debate (Bloomberg)
• Ronald Rubin: How the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Really Did It (WSJ) see also Leonardo DiCaprio Addresses ‘Wolf’ Controversy: ‘We’re Not Condoning This Behavior’ (Variety)
• This is Your Brain on Religion: Uncovering the science of belief (Salon)
• How Nobel-Winning Economic Theories Can Help Your Online Dating (WSJ)
What are you reading?
Millions See No Benefit From Soaring Stock Prices
Category: Financial Press
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