10 Tuesday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• Naive Speculators Were Hit Hard (Price Action Lab)
• Bankers are honorable men (MarketWatch) see also Remember That $83 Billion Bank Subsidy? We Weren’t Kidding (The Ticker)
• First U.S. Bank Regulations May Look Strikingly Familiar (Echoes)
Financial Media Wakeup Call: The Big Disconnect (The Reformed Broker)
• Wage gaps destroy employee morale, productivity (Financial Post) see also The Political Importance of Elizabeth Warren (Project Syndicate)
• Apple CEO to Face Investors Seeking More of Cash Hoard (Bloomberg)
• What Our Brains Can Teach Us (NYT)
• Science and gun violence: Why is the research so weak? (boing boing)
• What “Disrupt” Really Means (Tech Crunch)
• Wonderful, Glorious Eel (EELS)

What are you reading?


Big Investors Differ on Gold’s Prospects

Source: WSJ

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