Today’s “word of the day” is “oversold.” Barry Ritholtz at the Big Picture looks at the case for bonds post sell-off.
Ticker Sense on just how oversold the bond market has gotten.
Karen Richardson and David Reilly at WSJ.com on how some investors might play the rise in rates.
We vote this story by Floyd Norris in the New York Times on changes in SEC rules on short-selling the “under-reported story of the day.”
Adam Warner at the Daily Options Report on the odds of a “VIX implosion.”
CXO Advisory Group takes a closer look at a well-publicized trading system.
Back to on of our favorite topics, active ETFs, IndexUniverse.com begs the question, “Why do we want active ETFs in the first place?”
All About Alpha with a really interesting post on how one might generate some alpha from the film industry.
Lawrence Carrel at TheStreet.com looks at growing competition in the “fundamental index” space.
Mark Gongloff at Energy Roundup on T. Boone Pickens’ bet on…wind?
Tyler Cowen at Slate.com writes Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s best-selling “The Black Swan works best as an advice book.”
Tyler Cowen (again) this time in the New York Times on how America is so amenable to teenage entrepreneurs.
Jason Furman guest blogging at Free exchange on the differences between an estate tax and an inheritance tax.
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