10 Tuesday AM Reads

This is what I am reading this morning:

• Baby Boomers Selling Shares May Depress Stocks for Decades, Fed Paper Says (Bloomberg) see also Demographics and destiny, labour force and consumer spending edition (FT.com)
• FAQ’s about the “Great Depression” and the “Great Recession” (Northern Trust)
• Is the SEC Covering Up Wall Street Crimes? (Rolling Stone) see also The S.E.C.’s Document Destruction Problem (Deal Book)
• Analyst Estimates 10 Times Higher Than GDP in S&P 500 Rout (Bloomberg)
• A Sales Tax on Wall Street Transactions (Economix)
• Time for Bank of America to Get Out of the Dow? (WSJ) see also Bank Of America’s No-Good, Very Bad Enablers (Forbes)
• Size of Gold ‘Bubble’ Now an ‘Absurdity’: Analyst (CNBC)
• Checking in on market valuations (Abnormal Returns) see also Dow Transports Collapse = Recession Priced In (WSJ)
• What’s the better austerity: more cuts or more taxes? (Christian Science Monitor)
• Goldman CEO hires prominent defense lawyer (Reuters) see also Goldman’s Shares Tumble as Blankfein Hires Top Lawyer (Deal Book)
• Do You Suffer From Decision Fatigue? (NY Mag)

What are you reading?

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