Labor Day Links

Some Stuff I’m Reading this Weekend…

Doug Kass’s beware of bonds piece in this weekend’s must-read.  (TSC)

Former Labor Sec Robert Reich – “Welcome to the worst Labor Day in recent memory.”  (RobertReich)

Study indicates that the big winner of Health Care legislation will be Small Business.  (Forbes)

Investors are buying emerging market stock and US bond funds, show no love for domestic stock funds at all.  (NYT)

Seth Godin: “Whatever Happened to Labor?”  (SethsBlog)

The 20 Richest People of All Time.  (WallStCheatSheet)

Bill Singer on PIPEs, an emerging area of investor abuse.  (BrokeAndBroker)

SEC puts the ratings agencies on blast with Reg AB.  I’d have preferred the RICO Statute, personally.  (TBP)

That $3 trillion Iraq War cost estimate may actually be low.  (WaPo)

Based on the 1940’s playbook, higher bond yields would be a major plus, not something to shriek about – they would indicate real recovery.  (PragCap)

Howard Lindzon prefers having “customers” over “users”.  (HowardLindzon)

We lost edgy comedian Robert Schimmel this weekend.  (ComicsComic)

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