Good Monday morning, let’s start your workweek out right with these reads:

• Five Bears Who Turned Bullish During Five-Year Rally (MoneyBeat) see also Goldilocks & the Three Bears (Market Anthropology)
• How realistic are your investment expectations? History suggests many people delude themselves about real returns. (WSJ)
• Silicon Valley Hears Echoes of 1999 (Businessweek) see also Still Corporate Cash Everywhere (Reformed Broker)
• Twelve telling charts we pulled from the perky US jobs report (Quartz)

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Category: Financial Press

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6 Responses to “10 Monday AM Reads”

  1. nofoulsontheplayground says:

    Carl Swenlin, Decisionpoint, blogs, March 7, 2014:

    “Climactic Activity on Volatile Short-Term Indicators”

    “In September the climax marked a price top. In October and February the climax came out of a price bottom and signalled the beginning of a substantial rally. The most recent climax looks more like the ones in November and December, where there were price advances but they were smaller and rolled over into consolidating moves.”