Markets & Investing
Eddie! Eddie! Eddie!
This morning's -1% open somehow negates five-and-a-half years of being dead wrong.
— Eddy Elfenbein (@EddyElfenbein) July 10, 2014
What a difference a few decades makes
Life-cycle investing: Young investors: Pray this turns into a bear market Retired investors: Pray this doesn't turn into a bear market
— Ben Carlson (@awealthofcs) July 10, 2014
VIX vs EM
Wow. Look at where we are on EM spreads and VIX… pic.twitter.com/ikizyxLXh2
— Jake Freifeld (@jake_f) July 11, 2014
Yes, I play it every day
Is this board game still around? pic.twitter.com/gn7WF4rLDS
— financial acrobat (@finansakrobat) July 7, 2014
Go figure: 500 large makes people happy
— Josh Zumbrun (@JoshZumbrun) July 3, 2014
Not Much Inflation
— Kirsten Salyer (@kirstensalyer) July 11, 2014
Then again, my goldfish went to Harvard
Donald Trump knows less about the economy than your pet goldfish. http://t.co/FkH9UJmr9R
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) July 5, 2014
BreakingNews: Newspaper advertising is down
Amazing how the Internet has impacted newspaper advertising, and even radio, but not TV: pic.twitter.com/zGKk7hFwGW
— Bill Gross (@Bill_Gross) July 6, 2014
Policy & Politics
How very European of them!
— Amazing Maps (@Amazing_Maps) July 7, 2014
First Bees, now Birds…How are we going to teach our children about Sex?
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) July 9, 2014
— Sam Ro (@bySamRo) July 11, 2014
— Hisham Rana, MD (@hrana) July 7, 2014
Perception is everything
— Quantum TOE™ [LIFE] (@QuantumToE) July 4, 2014
Ain’t no cure for stupid
Social Media in a nutshell pic.twitter.com/AKNgYf2ina
— Marc Hinse (@MadeMyDay) July 10, 2014
— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) July 7, 2014
Good advice for the weekend!
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) July 8, 2014
Category: Digital Media
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