Markets and Investing

Consensus on interest rates has been all wrong

Fill in the blank

Strong profit growth for wirehouses

Guess which one we did? (The dumb one . . . )

Clash of the Financial Pundits, now on sale

Economy

Interesting divergence

This is a good thing:

Eejits!

Magic

NILF:

Random Items

Hardly at all

Convenience versus Quality

Me likey!

Go NASA

Cool idea

Category: Digital Media

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One Response to “Tweets of the Week 5.9.14”

  1. kaleberg says:

    Re: The number of uninsured has dramatically dropped due to some unknown magical event

    This reminded me of an article in an early 1990s LA Times pondering the strange drop in deaths from heart disease among seniors starting mysteriously in the late 1960s. They didn’t have the internet back then, so I can understand why the writers didn’t know about Medicare. I just can’t imagine how that kind of thing happens now.