My afternoon train reading:
• I’d Choose Emerging Markets, Wouldn’t You? (Research Affiliates) see also Japan’s Abe Is the World’s Best Leader (Bloomberg View)
• Money Buys Happiness, and Other Quick Lessons About Life Satisfaction in America (Slate)
• Kessler: High-Frequency Trading Needs One Quick Fix (WSJ)
• Larry Summers’ Attempt to Rewrite Cramdown History (Credit Slips)
• Commercial Real Estate Didn’t Boom and Bust. Is This Why? (Businessweek) but see IMF sounds global housing alarm (FT)
• MuckReads Podcast: The Peril of Whistleblowing on Wall St. (ProPublica)
• Is the U.S. military wasting taxpayers’ money in Afghanistan? (CBS News) see also UglyGorilla Hack of U.S. Utility Exposes Cyberwar Threat (Bloomberg)
• Dr Strobe: the man who stopped time and electrified photography – in pictures (The Guardian)
• Conservatives are from McMansions, liberals are from the city (WonkBlog) see also Eric Cantor’s Defeat Exposed a Beltway Journalism Blind Spot (NY Times)
• ‘Man on the Run’ Excerpt: Paul McCartney Threatened to Kick Linda Out of Wings and More (Billboard)
What are you reading?
Investors Struggle to Digest Fresh Fears
Category: Financial Press
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