Wednesday look-in: design failure
- June 1st, 2011
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Martin Wolf, “The eurozone, as designed, has failed.” (FT)
May 2011 will be a “major tell” for hedge funds. (Clusterstock)
Finally a VIX ETN that seems to make money. (VIX and More)
Is Chinese inflation going to make its way to the US? (Pragmatic Capitalism)
There is no substitute for experience in trading. (Tyler’s Trading)
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