10 Links (Thursday edition)

That worked out well yesterday with the focused daily linkfest.

Once again, 10 links:

Dow Sends Buy Signal That’s Worked Since 1921: Chart of the Day (Bloomberg)

Lucrative Fees May Deter Efforts to Alter Loans (NYT)

Wall Street Analysts Keep Telling Big Earnings Lie At a time when the financial industry’s credibility is at an all-time low, you would think Wall Street’s finest would break their necks providing transparency. Not so. Stock analysts continue to promote corporate earnings lies, insisting that net income isn’t really what investors need to know. (Bloomberg)

Economic crisis, and a crisis for economics (UK Telegraph)

Will Everyone Please Shut Up About Goldman Sachs? (thebigmoney)

Chicago Battle Royale:  Behavioral Economist and Nobel winner Richard Thaler responds to nonsense from Richard Posner, the nation’s pre-eminent Market Deifying Judge.

7 Ways to (Finally) Fix Housing Not that I agree with most of these, but they are at least thought provoking (Pethokoukis/Political Risk)

Flaws in the Case Shiller Methodology (Advisor Perspectives)

Notes on a real estate trip in China (China Financial Markets)

• This is an instant classic: YOU SUCK AT CRAIGSLIST

Thats 10 — anything else capture your eye?

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