Tuesday links: decoupling redux
- May 8th, 2012
Still on a non-standard schedule today so a less than full linkfest today. In the mean time read our book and we will catch you tomorrow. Good luck out there.
The upside of lower trading volumes: disinterested investors. (The Reformed Broker)
Secular bear markets end amidst apathy not panic. (Big Picture)
The subpriming of commodities. (FT Alphaville)
James Montier on the attraction of using “simple models.” (Above the Market)
What are the “four horsemen of your personal financial apocalypse“? (Bucks Blog)
Do outspoken political view dims the star power of Warren Buffett? (Dealbook)
What’s Warren Buffett doing with all that cash? (Zero Hedge)
More traders are quitting banks for hedge funds. (Bloomberg)
Venture capital is “broken.” (Felix Salmon)
When will “mirrored trading” take off? (BetaBeat)
Traditional financial planners should fear “virtual” planning firms. (InvestmentNews)
Inside the world of ETF market making. (IndexUniverse)
Decoupling redux: investors look to emerging markets as a safe haven. (WSJ)
Investors are beginning to sift through the debt wreckage in Europe. (Bloomberg)
Which Argentinian default should Euro countries hope to emulate? (Dallas Fed)
Tax cut time: gasoline prices are falling. (WSJ)
How much of the decline in the declining participation rate is due to demographic factors? (Calculated Risk)
Good news! The world is getting older. (FT Alphaville)
Earlier on Abnormal Returns
What you missed in our Tuesday morning linkfest. (Abnormal Returns)
What it’s like to fly on the Boeing Dreamliner. (ReadWriteWeb)
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