My afternoon train reads:

• Don’t fall into the trap of ignoring investment risks to chase returns (Financial Post)
• Stock Returns: Between Shiller and DeLong (CEPR)
heh heh Legends of the financial blogosphere (Yahoo Finance Contributors Tumblr)
• How long will the expansion last? (Economist)
• For Interest Rates, Low Is the New Status Quo (MoneyBeat) see also How Much U.S. Debt Does China Hold? The U.S. Isn’t Sure (Real Time Economics)
• Ronald Reagan Steals the Show (Bloomberg)
• Five TED Talks Every MBA Student Should Watch Today (Bentley Masterminds)
• It Matters How Rich the Rich Are (Demos) see also Being poor changes your thinking about everything (WonkBlog)
• E-Bike Sales Are Surging in Europe (NYT)
• The Biggest Lesson I Learned as an Apple Designer (Inc) see also Life after death: Resuscitating a drowned iPhone 5 (Mac World)

What are you reading?



Americans are taking fewer vacations than they used to

Source: Vox


Category: Financial Press

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2 Responses to “10 Tuesday PM Reads”

  1. NoKidding says:

    That’s a depressing chart (weeklong vacation).
    Disney’s been crowded, but 12-hour-drive-leg pervades.