My afternoon train reading:
• Birinyi Sees S&P 500 at 1,900 by July as Shorts Miss Drop (Bloomberg)
• Flows Don’t Follow Value, They Follow Performance (Reformed Broker)
• New Heights: Fund Family 2013 Rankings (Barron’s)
• Ten ways you’re probably leaving money on the table (WSJ)
• Boomers Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out of U.S. Labor Force (Bloomberg) see also Despite Soft Jobs Data, Stocks Edge Up on Week (Barron’s)
• Wikipedia vs. the Small Screen (NY Times)
• How Apple Went from Underdog to Cult in Six Design and Innovation Strategies from the Early Days (Brain Pickings)
• E-Cigarettes: A $1.5 Billion Industry Braces for FDA Regulation (Businessweek)
• Global-Warming Slowdown Due to Pacific Winds, Study Shows (Bloomberg)
• Blazing Saddles 40th anniversary: Mongo, flatulent cowboys and more of Mel Brooks’ finest film’s very best bits (Mirror) see also Did Seth MacFarlane Make the Next ‘Blazing Saddles’? (Reformed Broker)
What are you reading?
Wary Stock Investors Raise Bar For Earnings
Category: Financial Press
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