Stocks & Markets
Whats a bubble?
— Arthur Hogan (@ArthurHoganIII) June 4, 2014
— Marc Lichtenfeld (@stocksnboxing) May 29, 2014
My Robo Advisor says to get long railroads and sardines. Oh wait, that's my Hobo Advisor.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) June 3, 2014
— Bloomberg News (@BloombergNews) June 5, 2014
My favorite WTF datapoint of the week
Apple has $150.6 billion cash; it could buy: BEATS Netflix Tesla Twitter Dropbox Pandora Uber Pinterest Spotify Airbnb and have $31B left.
— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) May 28, 2014
Peak Anti-Home Ownership?
— Nick Timiraos (@NickTimiraos) June 4, 2014
But see Return of the HELOC
— Nick Timiraos (@NickTimiraos) May 30, 2014
Pre & Post Credit Crisis Surprise: Private sector economic activity
Secular stagnation? US growth post-crisis has been stronger than during housing boom, says Deutsche: pic.twitter.com/A5ZowwBK3c
— Jamie McGeever (@ReutersJamie) June 3, 2014
ECB Cheat sheet
— Maxime Sbaihi (@MxSba) June 5, 2014
Politics & Policy
This explains much of the deficit…
Military Spending 2013-14 US $640B* China $188B Russia $88B France $61B UK $58B Germany $48B *More than the 5 others combined
— Lawrence McDonald (@Convertbond) June 4, 2014
All that goose stepping is making me nervous
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) June 1, 2014
If you are trading hostages for hostages, you’re doing it wrong…
I can see why Republicans are angry about a prisoner swap. Everybody knows you trade *arms* for hostages. #doitforthegipper
— Joel Mathis (@joelmmathis) June 2, 2014
Now we are making some real progress!
— Bloomberg News (@BloombergNews) June 2, 2014
Did they have WiFi back then?
— Colossal (@Colossal) June 2, 2014
Is that allowed, taking a selfie atop Jesus’ head?
— Saved You A Click (@SavedYouAClick) June 1, 2014
I am going to a Koch Block party! (no really!)
— Top Conservative Cat (@TeaPartyCat) June 5, 2014
Here D-Day landing photographed by Robert Capa, 70 years ago: pic.twitter.com/T4nDocu6xG
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) June 6, 2014
Category: Digital Media
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