10 Tuesday AM Reads

Back from Europe, here are my morning USA reading:

• Ten Reasons I Like Stocks for the Second Half (The Reformed Broker) see also Should you sell a dull market short? (Market Watch)
• Threaten a man’s masculinity and he becomes a short-sighted risk taker (Research Digest)
• A Gold Rush in the Abyss (NYT) see also Propping up the gold price (FT.com)
• Wall Streeters Lose $2 Billion In 401(K) Bet On Own Firms (Bloomberg)
• How economists get tripped up by statistics (Reuters)
• Consumer Bureau Proposes New Mortgage Disclosure Rules (DealBook)
• Libor Scheme May Have Cost Muni Issuers Millions (Bond Buyer) see also US Senate panel plans HSBC money laundering hearing (Reuters)
• Greeks Hide Tens of Billions From Tax Man (WSJ)
• The 11 Ways That Consumers Are Hopeless at Math (The Atlantic)
Ralph Nader: The Serial Ineptitude of the Democrats (Counter Punch)

What are you reading?


After a Jobs Jab, Bracing for Another Jolt

Source: WSJ

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