10 Monday AM Reads

Lots of interesting reading to start the week:

• Buy and Hold Is Not Dead Even Though John Bogle Drank Your Milkshake (Phil Pearlman) see also Why a Legendary Market Skeptic Is Upbeat About Stocks (WSJ)
• Is There Gold In Them Thar Hills? (Barron’s)
• The magical world of voodoo ‘economists’ (Washington Post) see also What caused the recession of 1937-38? (Vox)
• Dividends: Collect, Reinvest, Repeat—for Decades (WSJ)
• Growth is about so much more than just the top rate of tax (Gurardian)
• 20 Quotes from European Leaders About European Financial System (The Economic Collapse)
• California, long a leader in public higher education, is now privatising it (Economist)
• Why technology start-ups won’t save us from recession (Guardian)
• A Horribly Unimpressive List of Products Yahoo Launched under Carol Bartz (Launch) see also My Plan as the New CEO of Yahoo: Video, Social and Mobile (Launch)
• The True Cost of 9/11 (Slate)

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