Markets & Investing
Nervous near the top
AAII surveys show investors are souring on stocks even as the S&P 500 sits near a record. See my Chart of the Day. pic.twitter.com/pUPu9njHZH
— David Wilson (@TheOneDave) May 9, 2014
— The Economist (@EconBizFin) May 17, 2014
Someone tell Piketty! Housing Crash Inequality:
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) May 12, 2014
Good times . . .
Remember that one time everyone was inexplicably furious about Apple buying a headphones company with 2% of its cash?
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) May 13, 2014
— Lifehacker (@lifehacker) May 15, 2014
I like a man who speaks his mind . . .
Tepper sees a link between doing good and doing well. Scaramucci: Do you believe in good karma? Tepper: Are you fucking kidding me?
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) May 15, 2014
When might this peak and revert?
— DistressedVolatility (@Dvolatility) May 17, 2014
Demographic factors? Who could have seen that coming?
Nice Goldman chart on what's driven changes in the participation rate pic.twitter.com/NOQ9o8gKky
— Justin Lahart (@jdlahart) May 15, 2014
Must be bad indoor weather . . .
Mall traffic has been very low this year (shaded area is five-year range): pic.twitter.com/wgnfgYyUQ5
— Cardiff Garcia (@CardiffGarcia) May 14, 2014
Long time coming
— John O'Neil (@THAToneil) May 15, 2014
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) May 14, 2014
All this time I thought it was only spoiled milk
Great sign outside a cheese shop pic.twitter.com/IZcPdhvBWX
— Brilliant Ads (@Brilliant_Ads) May 14, 2014
Nothing to see here, move along . . .
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) May 14, 2014
I like that God Tweets, but doesn’t bother with Facebook
THE FIVE STAGES OF GLOBAL WARMING 1. Denial 2. Guilt 3. Depression 4. Acceptance 5. Drowning
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) May 8, 2014
Oh, and nice work, dude.
— Phil Plait (@BadAstronomer) May 10, 2014
These guys must have looked tough 6000 years ago . . .
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) May 17, 2014
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