Posts filed under “Financial Press”

10 Thursday AM Reads

The endless parade of news never stops, which is why we bring you these hand-curated reads each morning (continues here):

• Vanguard takes keys to Pimco’s bond kingdom (Investment News)
• America Inc. Gets Schooled on Wages (WSJ) see also Overlooked Data Shows Japan Wages Rising (Real Time Economics)
• Why Bank of America probably won’t end up actually paying US$17B in mortgage securities settlement (Financial Post)
• Nobel economists say policy blunders pushing Europe into depression (Telegraph) see also Worse than the 1930s: Europe’s recession is really a depression (WonkBlog)

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Category: Financial Press

10 Wednesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • How can you have euphoria when nobody gives a sh*t? (Reformed Broker) see also Seventy Years After Stock Market Crash, Six of Ten American Households Invested in Stock Market (Gallup) • The downsides of cheap corn (WonkBlog) • Why Your Hot Mutual Fund Probably Won’t Stay That Way (Fiscal Times)…Read More

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10 Wednesday AM Reads

It’s the middle of the week and we’re approaching the end of the summer. Have no fear, though, our expertly-curated morning train reads are here to help you: (continues here): • Buffett: If you’ve got 160 IQ, sell 30 points to somebody else because you won’t need it in investing (Farnam Street) • Stock market bubble?…Read More

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10 Tuesday PM Reads

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…Read More

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10 Tuesday AM Reads

Here are our morning reads, sourced exclusively from a craft brewer located in Brooklyn (continues here): • Before Jackson Hole, roundup of Yellen’s quotes on the labor market (FT Alphaville) see also Part-Time Workers a Full-Time Headache on Yellen Radar (Bloomberg) • Morningstar: A force to be reckoned with (FT) • All You Need to…Read More

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10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads: • When “Process” Meets the Real World (Reformed Broker) • Housing Affordability Hits Six-Year Low (Real Time Economics) see also Why Housing Isn’t As Cheap As It Looks (Real Time Economics) • The leverage clock tolls for thee (FT Alphaville) • The great exodus out of China (WSJ) • 60:30:10 is…Read More

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10 Monday AM Reads

It’s time to start your week off right with our hand-selected artisanal reads: (continues here): • Federated Investors: Get Ready for S&P 2500 (Barron’s) versus Spuds Powell, Master of Disaster (Barron’s) • Secular Stagnation: Facts, Causes and Cures (Vox EU) • The Mystery of Lofty Stock Market Elevations (NYT) but see Under What Circumstances Should You…Read More

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10 Sunday Reads

My Sunday morning train reads: • Europe’s Greater Depression is worse than the 1930s (WonkBlog) see also Markets Are Making a Sucker’s Bet on Europe (Bloomberg View) • 8 Money Mistakes to Avoid on Your Way to Being Wealthy (Yahoo Finance) • How One “Sack of Shit” Mortgage-Backed Security Came to Define the Financial Crisis…Read More

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10 Weekend Reads

Happy weekend! Settle into your favorite easy chair, pour yourself some coffee, and enJoy our long form reads: • When She Talks, Banks Shudder (NY Times) • Inside YouTube’s Fame Factory (Fast Company) see also YouTube Stars More Popular Than Mainstream Celebs Among U.S. Teens (Variety) • Potato Salad: By the Numbers (Kickstarter) • When data…Read More

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10 Friday AM Reads

It’s Friday! Wrap up your workweek with our expertly curated morning reads (continues here): • Even Wall Street’s ‘worriers’ are acting like bulls (Marketwatch) • The leverage clock tolls for thee (FT Alphaville) • Europe’s Greater Depression is worse than the 1930s (WonkBlog) see also the rest of us should learn from Europe’s experience (NYT) •…Read More

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