Stuff I’m reading today…
Crain’s New York Business is one of my favorite resouces around to catch up with local industry. No one covers NYC’s advertising, media and real estate biz quite like they do. I got a few calls when last week’s print version came out for something I did on mutual fund names and what they mean…
Are you a trader or are you a central banker. Because if you’re wasting your thoughts and my time on a circumlocution on what gold is really “worth”, you’d better be the latter.
This willful ignorance is occurring for the simple reason that we’ve been in an anti-gravity environment – where stocks bounce off of each piece of good news and bad news indiscriminately, each bounce propelling them higher still.
Some cool links from the weekend…
The first official trailer for the A-Team Movie is up. I love it when a movie comes together.
The fat, foolish and dangerously ignorant dictator Hugo Chavez* has sent consumers in his Papaya Republic racing to the shops this weekend as the government has decided to “adjust” the local currency lower in a bid to kickstart economic growth.
Investors have plowed a record amount of cash into emerging markets mutual funds. The reasons why are obvious.
Stocks that move the most on earnings reports.
Why does Obama continue to defend his Treasury Secretary?