10 Monday AM Reads

My early morning reads to start the week:

• Mutual Funds That Are Too Big to Succeed (SmartMoney)
• Stocks and the Economy, Singing Different Tunes (NYT)
• 1 in 2 new graduates are jobless or underemployed (Yahoo News) see also Upon Review, Jobs Picture Not So Pretty (Fox Business)
• World’s Highest Stock Valuations Signal Japanese Recovery (Bloomberg)
• One thing you should never predict is the future (Applied Economist)
• Crisis update twofer:
…..-Parsons Blames Glass-Steagall Repeal for Crisis (Bloomberg)
…..-Raines: Don’t Blame Homeowners, Government for Housing Bust (WSJ)
• Comex Silver Inventory Watch – Heading Into May-July Delivery Period (Jesse’s Café Américain)
• You Won’t BELIEVE How Bearish Investors Are On Treasuries (Business Insider)
• Meet the Media Companies Lobbying Against Transparency (ProPublica)
• Notes on Poll-Watching, as Shift Toward General Election Season Begins (Five Thirty Eight)

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Origins of the Indebted American Homeowner


Source: Bloomberg

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