Asset Management & Market Research

Weekend reads & charts

We scour the best of publications that cover the markets & economy, the world of business & finance, asset & wealth management, monetary & fiscal policy, Europe & Asia, the news & politics, science & technology … and throw in a bit of arts & entertainment, just to keep it light. Here’s what we found particularly compelling in the last 24 hours:

Gluskin’s Rosenberg: Don’t Bet on a Bear Market for Treasurys (WSJ)

Whither Japan Stocks: How Much Value is Left? (Forbes)

Succinct Summation of Week’s Events (The Big Picture)

The Flawed Art of Lance Armstrong’s Confession (Harvard Business Review)

Government-bond markets in peripheral countries are soaring (The Economist)

2007 Fed Transcripts (Calculated Risk)

The Wring Growth Strategy For Japan(Feldstein/Project Syndicate)

First Cox Media Radio Station Turns Over Control to Listeners 24/7 (TechCrunch)

Americans Call for Term Limits, End to Electoral College (Gallup)

3 Reasons Why Bank Of America Just Cranked Up Its Outlook For Home Prices (Business Insider)

Market’s ‘Fear Gauge’ Makes Rare Visit Below 13 (WSJ)

The Head of Goldman Sachs Wants to Raise Your Retirement Age (The Atlantic)

eBay: A Retail Growth Leader Grabs Market Share As JC Penney Loses (Forbes)

American Airlines Repainting Deck Chairs on the Titanic (Slate)

Do You Still Tip Your Cab Driver When He Gets Lost? (Consumerist)



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