10 Tuesday AM Reads

Some morning reads to start your day:

• The Volcker Rule and ‘Flipping the Presumption’ (Economics of Contempt)
• Fisher: Investors Should Prepare for Less Easing (Bloomberg)
• Buffett Vs. Gold: Who Do You Bet On? (WSJ)
• Stress tests may shed light on Wall Street’s ‘mark-to-make-believe’ accounting (Fortune’s Term Sheet)
• Robert Shiller Bloomberg Two-fer:
…..Walt Whitman, First Artist of Finance (Part 1)
…..Finance Isn’t as Amoral as It Seems (Part 2)
• Sears Survival Seen in Spinoff Offsetting Declining Cash: Retail (Bloomberg)
• Brain Scan: Jeff Bezos takes the long view (Economist)
• Apple’s iPad price hits a sweet spot between popularity and profits (Washington Post) see also iPad 3 Predictions: Wired Handicaps Apple’s Grand Hardware Unveiling (Wired.com Gadget Lab)
• People Aren’t Smart Enough for Democracy to Flourish, Scientists Say (Yahoo! News)
• How Ricky Gervais Totally Lost It (Men’s Health)

What are you reading?

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