10 Monday AM Reads

Here are my reads to start the week:

• Vernon Smith: “Default is not the end of the world” (Truman Factor) see also Athens Calling — Banker Rocks EU (WSJ)
• Jobs Report Shows Structural Unemployment Is the Real Problem (Daily Beast)
• Computers Drive Treasurys Trade also (WSJ)
• U.S. Automakers Set for Best Year Since 2008 (Bloomberg)
3rd Year Presidency: A Trusted Market Predictor Falters (NYT) see also Long Odds for Investors (WSJ)
• Five Myths About Emerging Markets (WSJ)
• ETF Price Charts Can Mislead (WSJ)
• Will You Live Forever—or Until Your Next Software Release—By Uploading Your Brain into a Computer? (Scientific American)
• OECD Suggests Raising Taxes to Combat Inequality (WSJ) see also Republicans show rare discord over U.S. tax policy (Reuters)
• How military spent $1TRILLION on weapons since 9/11 (Daily Mail)

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