Tuesday 7atSeven: emotional quicksand
- October 9th, 2012
Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern. We will see you later with the daily linkfest. Good luck out there.
Carl Richards, “Taxes and the way we feel about them can pull us into emotional quicksand.” (Bucks Blog)
Investors are piling on some margin debt to their brokerage accounts. (MarketBeat)
Do markets really care all that much about Q3 earnings? (FT Alphaville)
Bill Hambrecht thinks we need a stock exchange dedicated to smaller companies. (FT)
Britain’s banks have “lost their swagger.” (Economist)
The BRIC nations are in trouble. (FT)
Why American Airlines is so bad at flying people places. (Slate)
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