Good Sunday morning! Here are some reads to round out your weekend :
• Does Your Broker Love You More Than Himself? (Bloomberg View)
• What You Need to Know Before Reading Financial News (Motley Fool)
• Why the Chinese Are Snapping Up Real Estate in the U.S. (FiveThirtyEight) see also The Re-Explosion of U.S. House Prices Is Over (Businessweek)
• Neuroeconomists Confirm Warren Buffett’s Wisdom (Cal Tech)
• Nonexistent Social Network Worth $4 Billion (NY Mag) see also A ‘Social Networking’ Stock Has Exploded 25,000% In A Few Days And It’s Not Even Clear If The Company Exists (Business Insider)
• How to Get Rich: Paul Graham on Money vs. Wealth (Brain Pickings)
• 13 Ways the NSA Spies On Us (Vox)
• The Higgs Boson Should Have Crushed the Universe (Discovery News)
• Cities find buyers’ remorse for winning Olympics, World Cup (Washington Post)
• God Loves Cleveland (Grantland)
Dim Sum for brunch!
It’s harder to be a poor student in the U.S. than in Russia
Category: Financial Press
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