Good morning, some reads for your Thursday pleasure:

• Five Tech Stocks, $400 Billion Cash (YCharts)
• 10 Value Investing Blogs To Follow (Wall Street Survivor) but see Momentum As The Only Reliable Market Anomaly (Climateer Investing)
• Morgan Stanley Underwrites TSLA Convertible Offering Day After 100% Stock Price Upgrade (Zero Hedge)
• What Will Bernanke Title His Book? Twitter Weighs In (Real Time Economics) see also Survey Says: Social Media Gaining Importance as Investment Tool (MoneyBeat)

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Category: Markets

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11 Responses to “10 Thursday AM Reads”

  1. swag says:

    From Dave Giles’ “Econometrics Beat”, a fun blog post about IBM Selectric typewriters and the refereeing of econ journal papers

  2. hue says:

    Mystifying Deaths for 2 Anti-Piracy Guards (NYTimes) Viktor Yanukovych’s Car Collection Was a Private Automotive History Museum (NYTimes)

    The plague of uniform rectangles with text overlays spreads further, risks becoming news-web-wide contagion (Nieman Journalism Lab

    New Zealand timelapse (Shawn Reeder)

    • Bob is still unemployed   says:

      plague of uniform rectangles with text overlays

      I’ve stopped reading the NBC News website because of that design paradigm. It just became too difficult to navigate and read the news.

      Odd that a news site would endeavor to make the news more difficult to access, but there you go.

      • GeorgeBurnsWasRight says:

        I stopped reading it for the same reason.

        I’ve assumed that the new look works better on phones or tablets, but since I use neither at this time, I don’t really know.

  3. swag says:

    RSA security attack demo deep-fries Apple Mac components

    “We can actually set the machine on fire,” said Dmitri Alperovitch, chief technology officer at CrowdStrike, who joined with the security firm’s CEO George Kurtz to show exactly how this kind of attack can be carried out on an Apple OS X computer. Alperovitch added the demo done at the Moscone Center would be controlled to raise the temperature level of the targeted Mac to permanently damage the electronics, not ignite it, since this after all was a public venue at the Moscone Center where fires would not be countenanced.

  4. willid3 says:

    austerity leads to more deficits. and lost jobs. and less income. leading to more deficits?

  5. willid3 says:

    so FIAT money isn’t the source of booms and busts?

    capitalism is?

  6. willid3 says:

    this just can’t be right

    whats good for corporations is always good Americans! free market!!

    some body most have mis read some thing some where