Wednesday Reads

I am off to rush-a-homa, but before I do, some links for your reading pleasure:

• SEC Is Looking at ‘Quote Stuffing’   (WSJ)

Rogoff: Why America Isn’t Working  (Project Syndicate)

• Sweep economists off their throne (FT.com)

Michael Lewis has  field day: Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds   (Vanity Fair)

• New council of regulators will take aim at systemic risks  (WaPo)

• Homebuilders Revive Stalled U.S. Projects as Banks Unload Lots  (Bloomberg)

•  When to Bail On Your Stock Picks (Kiplinger)

• Gold entering a virtuous circle  (Gold Switzerland)

• How to tell when your boss is lying  (Economist)

• Late Payment Policy Study – Amex makes up their own rules (Cardhub)

• Indiana’s governor is a likeable wonk. Can he save the Republicans from themselves and provide a pragmatic alternative to Barack Obama?   (Economist)

• What the Hell Happened to Yahoo? (Paul Graham)

Hysterical: What so you get when you cross Jersey Shore with the Family Circus? Jersey Circus!

• In defense of ‘Happy Days’ ‘ ‘Jump the Shark’ episode  (LA Times)

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