10 Tuesday AM Reads

My morning reads:

Duh: High-frequency trading tactic lowers investor profits (Phys Org)
• Quantitative easing may be most powerful when it ends (Telegraph) but see QE addiction may be hard to kick (FT.com)
Stan Druckenmiller: ‘Do I Have A Competitive Advantage Left?’ (Moneybeat)
• FHFA Hires Insurance Lobbyist as Insurance Consultant (American Banker) see also Rigged-Benchmark Probes Proliferate From Singapore to UK (Bloomberg)
• When Stocks Move in Unison, Look Out (Barron’s) see also Second-quarter profit warnings target record (MarketWatch)
Jubak: Next bust creeps a little closer (MSN Money) see also Dow balloon really pinata (New York Post)
Fascinating: Trying to build a bomb that won’t blow up (Washington Post)
• Get Rid of the App Store’s “Top” Lists (Macro.org)
• The Feminist Taylor Swift Twitter Account Is Hilarious (BuzzFeed)
• Trailer Critic: The Wolf of Wall Street (Slate)

What are you reading?


Will the Stock Market Party On? It’s All Up to the Fed.
Source: WSJ

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