10 Mid-Week PM Reads

My afternoon train reading:

• The Gospel According to Barton Biggs (The Street)
• Strategists Who Called Bottom in China Stocks Now Say Buy (Bloomberg)
• SEC Keeps Ratings Game Rigged (Pro Publica) see also Former Rating Agency Analysts Launch Open Source Government Bond Rating Tool (SF Gate)
• After the bonfire of the verities (FT.com)
• Investing ideas that can Save the World (Market Watch)
• Higher Taxes Won’t Discourage Wealthy From Working Harder (Bloomberg) see also The Purpose of Spectacular Wealth, According to a Spectacularly Wealthy Guy (NYT)
• Parsing Bank Lobbyists’ Dire Warnings on Derivatives Rules (DealBook)
• Obama’s Not-So-Hot Date With Wall Street (NYT) see also Romney’s Conflicting Tax Goals Make Burden Shift Likely (Bloomberg)
• Behind The Lobbying Effort That Helps Save Apple $2.4 Billion In Taxes A Year (Public Report)
• Is Central Planning About To Cost The Jobs Of Your Favorite CNBC Anchors? (Zero Hedge) See also Is CNBC ‘freaking out’? (Market Watch)

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After the bonfire of the verities

Source:FT.com

• After the bonfire of the verities (FT.com)

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