10 Wednesday PM Reads

Afternoon train reading:

• Don’t Blame Us, Bernanke Says (Barron’s) see also The Hand of Draghi (aka Mariodona) (FT Alphaville)
• Are Job Quitters Overconfident? (Real Time Economics)
• Modelling versus science (Pannell Discussions)
• Luck, Wealth, and Implications for Policy–Posner (The Becker-Posner Blog) see also Luck, Wealth, and Richard Posner (Baseline Scenario)
• Apple $1000: Why it’s time to buy (Bullish Cross)
• Investors Find New Housing Play (WSJ)
• Which Changed First, the Polls or the Markets? (NYT)
• 6 TV Networks That Aren’t What They Started Out to Be (Wired)
• It’s not the crime, it’s the cover-up: reactivity in the developing brain and the emergence of schizophrenia (Wiring the Brain)
• Neanderthal genes ‘survive in us’ (BBC News) see also The Neanderthal in My Family Tree (Slate)

What are you reading?

For Some Investors, a Glass-Half-Empty Wager

Source: WSJ

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