10 Friday AM Reads

Some Friday morning sell off reads:

Its tough all over: Ferrari to Lamborghini Can’t Outrun Crisis as Sales Slow (Bloomberg)
• Good overview: The Housing Market: For Real or Fakeout? (Cognitive Concord) see also Housing Was at the Root of the Great Depression, Too (Bloomberg)
Simon Johnson: Restoring The Legitimacy Of The Federal Reserve (Baseline Scenario)
• What Remains: On the European Union (The Nation)
• Want to Buy a Private Stock? (WSJ) see also A New Twist to Early ‘Lockup’ Release (WSJ)
• Paradox of Hoaxes: How Errors Persist, Even When Corrected (Wired)
• The difference between a stumble and a suicide: Nokia Dividend Elimination Looms as Cash Dwindles (Bloomberg) versus A letter from Tim Cook on Maps (Apple)
• The impossibility of meritocracy (Stumbling and Mumbling)
• Wealthy Americans Gain Even as Republicans Decry Redistribution (Bloomberg) see also Romney ‘I Dig It’ Trust Gives Heirs Triple Benefit (Bloomberg)
• 2012 Presidential Campaign Finance Explorer (Washington Post)

What are you doing this weekend?

ECB’s Bond-Buying Plan Provided Temporary Relief From a Protracted Euro Slide

Source: WSJ

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