Tuesday look-in: broken breaking news
- June 7th, 2011
Thanks for checking in with us for this early morning linkfest. Good luck out there today.
Copper as bellwether. (All Star Charts)
Not every piece of information is “breaking news.” (The Reformed Broker)
Fourteen lessons learned working for two of the co-founders of Groupon. (The Minimalist Trader)
Why Apple stock has more room to fall. (Dragonfly Capital)
John Gruber, “Google’s frame is the browser window. Apple’s frame is the screen.” (Daring Fireball)
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