Weekend “All Double-Feature” Reads

These are what caught my eye for reading this chilly Fall weekend:

Jim Grant interview: Gold Still Looks Good; Japan Still Doesn’t (Barron’s) see also On the Asymmetry of the Impotent Bond Vigilantes (Rortybomb)
• Coppock Curve Killer Wave: Maybe Not So Killer (WSJ) see also Albert Edwards and the killer wave (Alphaville)
Managers: Has John Paulson Lost His Touch? (Businessweek) see also Gundlach Found Liable in Trade Secret Case, but He Wins Back Pay (Deal Book)
• Setting a Price Target for Your Stocks (Barron’s) see also Peeling Back the Market’s P/E (WSJ)
• More Technicals: Debunking the ‘Death Cross’ (WSJ) see also Volatility stymies even smart money (Reuters)
• Potential Buyers Renew Their Interest in Yahoo (Deal Book) see also What’s Yahoo To Do? (Slate)
Bartlett: Obama’s Lack of Focus Could Be Politically Fatal (The Fiscal Times) see also Why China would love ‘President Rick Perry’ (Market Watch)
• All The Dumb Things RIM’s CEOs Said While Apple And Android Ate Their Lunch (Business Insider) see also Apple IPad Data Was Given to Fleishman, Samsung Witness Says (Businessweek)

What are you reading?


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