My afternoon train reads:
• Why Europe May Gain the Edge for Investors (NY Times)
• Alpha Addict: The Amazing Career of Leon Cooperman (CNBC)
• When Beliefs and Facts Collide (NY Times)
• Do optimists or pessimists manage their money better? (Yahoo Finance) see also Economists have a lot to learn from ‘The Big Bang Theory’ (FT)
• People Hate Bankers Because People Are Ignorant (Bloomberg View)
• The Difficulty in Holding Executives Accountable (DealBook)
• Limousine liberalism’s good works (WaPo)
• State’s job growth defies predictions after tax increases (Sacramento Bee)
• Apple Readies a Big Bet on Big-Screen Phones (WSJ)
• 22 Goyim Who Must Be Stopped (Buzzfeed)
What are you reading?
Markets Don’t Dwell on Bad News
Category: Financial Press
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