Here are some expertly curated reads to start your week off right: (continues here)

• The Job Market’s Five-Year Recovery in 10 Charts (FiveThirtyEight)
• How the world’s largest hedge fund operates (WSJ)
• Why you should buy stocks today (MSN Money) but see Not even a bull market can interest people in stocks (MarketWatch)
• What You’ll Miss About the Recession (Motley Fool)

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Category: Financial Press

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5 Responses to “10 Monday AM Reads”

  1. Robert M says:

    One day the asset market and the economy are going to have a reckoning. This article doesn’t give a clue as to when but as to causation it is clear: “Household wealth for those under 40 remains below 1989 levels, according to the St. Louis Fed paper.”

  2. catclub says:

    The market watch link on the third bullet says that equities are at 37% and this is low.
    But this guy:

    From last year has a chart that shows almost 40% equity allocation now, which is relatively high ( but not absurd). Anyone know how to reconcile the two? The latter link shows the highest equity allocation at about 52%, not the 65% in the marketplace link.

  3. DeDude says:

    The issue is not the issue; the issue is who raised the issue:

  4. Jojo says:

    Hehe, Missed this. Follow the link to see the sign! {lol]

    The point here is that just about anything can be hacked. Phones and computers are obvious. But how about your web connected refrigerator or washer/dryer or house heating system? If everything in your house is network connected, then any weak entry point can lead to a “whole house infection”. :-(
    SF Traffic Sign Hacked To Warn Drivers Of ‘Godzilla Attack’
    by Gregg Rosenblum May 15, 2014 9:44 PM

    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A prankster is getting points for creativity after hacking an electronic traffic sign in San Francisco warning of a “Godzilla Attack.”

    The sign was spotted on Van Ness Avenue Wednesday night, reading ‘Godzilla Attack – Turn Back.”

    The mobile sign was supposed to be warning drivers about traffic delays during Sunday’s Bay to Breakers foot race.

    The sign has since been fixed.