Monday PM Trick or Treat Reads

Here is today’s train reading home for Trick or Treat:

• Say What? In 30-Year Race, Bonds Beat Stocks (Bloomberg)
Stephen Roach: America’s Other 87 Deficits (Project-Syndicate)
• Crumbling Bridges’ Leaves Business Paying (Bloomberg)
Hussman: Whipsaw Traps
• What Does ‘Recapitalizing Banks’ Actually Mean? (Economix) see also Getting Over Our Over-Levered Selves (Forbes)
Bill Gross: Pennies from Heaven (Pimco)
• Consumer ’Scared to Death’ But Still Spending (Bloomberg) see also 10.4 Million American Families Slide Toward Losing Their Homes (Alter Net)
• ECRI Recession Watch: Growth Index Virtually Unchanged (Advisor Perspectives)
• Apple spending big next year on retail and cloud (Gigaom)
• ‘Once you get beyond a million dollars, it’s still the same hamburger’: Bill Gates says being a billionaire is overrated (Daily Mail) see also Millionaires Support Warren Buffett’s Tax on the Rich (WSJ)

What are you reading?