10 Sunday Reads

Good Sunday morning. Some fine reading material to consider of a hot cup of Joe:

• Stupid Things Finance People Say (Motley Fool)
• 5 ways to know you’re in a bubble (MarketWatch) but see also DoubleLine’s Gundlach says U.S. equities ‘only game in town’ (Reuters)
• What Hedge Fund Billionaire Ray Dalio Gets Wrong About Money (Businessweek)
• A wrong-way bet on global oil prices hits some investment firms (WSJ) see also For Oil, Conventional Wisdom No Longer Applies (WSJ)
• Financial Advisers Get Little Respect (Rick Ferri)
• How the NYT neglects business journalism (Felix Salmon) see also The Relationship Between Promotion and Performance (Brian Abelson)
• Why Apple Is Not in the Volume Business (Minyanville)
• GOP Party Crashers (New Yorker) see also Republicans Asserting Reliance on Gold as World Loses Faith (Bloomberg)
• Google Books ruling is a huge victory for online innovation (Washington Post)
• #AskJPM . . . Hilarity Ensues (TBP)

What’s for brunch? (Carbfest! We’re having Bagels!)

 
Public Cost of Fast-Food’s Low Pay Remains Unclear
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Source: WSJ

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