How to invest in the MAVINS.  (The Money Game)

What constitutes a frontier market these days?  (The Reformed Broker)

The panelists in the annual Barron’s Roundtable is uniformly bullish.  (The Money Game)

Will ETF assets eventually overtake mutual fund assets?  (IndexUniverse)

Is there a case to be made for selected California muni debt?  (Aiki14)

Just how bad is the Greek debt situation?  (FT Alphaville, MarketBeat)

Yves Smith, “The brazenness of the financial services industry knows no bounds.”  (naked capitalism)

James Hamilton, “In essence, the Fed is borrowing short through banks’ excess reserves and lending long through the MBS purchases, and profiting from the interest rate spread.”  (Econbrowser)

What Google Trends tells us about the prospects for inflation?  (FT Alphaville)

Why aren’t we talking more about writing down the principal on mortgage loans?  (Marginal Revolution)

Some of the cognitive problems facing intelligence agencies are the same ones facing investors.  (Boston Globe)

Why cable companies bundle their offerings.  (New Yorker)

How should the New York Times go about getting readers to pay for content?  (Felix Salmon, The Reformed Broker)

The Twitter ecosystem just keeps on growing.  (A VC also Howard Lindzon)

On the perils of living in a swing state.  (Daniel Drezner)

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