10 Monday PM Reads

My afternoon train reading:

• Behavioral Pricing: A consumer’s worst nightmare, a merchant’s dream (The Next Web)
• Can a monkey pick a hedge fund? (Market Watch) see also NYC retains crown as Hedge Fund Hub of the World (Hedge Tracker)
• Greenspan’s ’63 Essay Foretold Subprime Inaction (Bloomberg) puts the following in context
• Financial Crisis Narrative Flunks Reality Check (Bloomberg)
• How unrealistic optimism is maintained in the face of reality (Nature)
• Goldman: Data May Look Better Than They Are (Bloomberg)
• The Obama Memos (New Yorker)
• How Auto Shows Sparked a Color Revolution (Echoes)
• L.A. Woman Was the Doors’ Bluesy Masterpiece, and Jim Morrison’s Kiss-Off to L.A. (LA Weekly)
• Nine Things You Didn’t Know About Twitter (NYT) see also How To Get Twitter Followers (Twiends)

What are you reading?
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Goldman Sachs Thinks You Should Sell Your Treasurys

Source: WSJ

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