My afternoon train reads:
• Your genes affect your betting behavior (Berkeley News Center)
• Retirees Suffer as 401(k) Rollover Boom Enriches Brokers (Bloomberg)
• It’s a New American Dream and it’s only for the Super Rich (MarketWatch)
• Credit rating industry dodges reforms, despite role in financial meltdown (Public Integrity)
• Why standard macro models fail in crises (Vox EU) see also Two simple reasons to not fight bubbles with higher interest rates (Next New Deal)
• The Capitalist’s Dilemma (Harvard Business Review)
• Why you shouldn’t drive slowly in the left lane (Vox)
• Bush’s toxic legacy in Iraq (CNN)
• Fantastic Background Noise and Color Generator; Ideal for working and relaxing (Noisli)
• The Fermi Paradox (Wait But Why)
What are you reading?
Bond Purchases Are Reduced Again As Central Bankers See Signs of an Economy on the Mend
Category: Financial Press
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