Friday 7atSeven: comfort zones
- June 8th, 2012
Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern. We will see you later with the daily linkfest. Good luck out there.
Herb Greenberg, “Live life outside of your comfort zone. (Translation: Put yourself at risk.) Doesn’t mean it will always work out, but to play it safe is guarantee mediocrity. “ (Herb Greenberg)
Why you should want Treasury rates to increase. (Bespoke)
Always be clear about your time frame. (Capital Observer)
Where did all that corporate cash go? (Real Time Economics)
Asian companies (and investors) now seem to prefer bonds. (WSJ)
How excessive syndication can end up undermining a blog’s value. (Felix Salmon)
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