10 Sunday AM Reads

Some Sunday Reads to start your hour shortened lengthened day:

• Nate Silver: This is no longer a toss up (fivethirtyeight) see also A Capitalist’s Dilemma, Whoever Wins on Tuesday (NYT)
• Dead money: Cash has been piling up on companies’ balance-sheets since before the crisis (Economist)
• Investing a lump sum of money in stocks pays off (sometimes) (MarketWatch)
• Japan May Have Entered Recessionary Phase, Some BOJ Members Say (Bloomberg) see also Japan is in worse than a deflationary trapCommentary: One-time powerhouse, it’s withdrawing from the stage  (Marketwatch)
Robert Shiller: Businessmen as Presidents: A Historical Circle (NYT)
• Why investors are their own worst enemy (Moneywatch)
• Lessons from the Ultimate Safe Houses: The hard-core homeowners who fortify themselves against any possible calamity—from hurricanes to nuclear attack—are testing materials and technology that could change home building for the rest of us. (WSJ)
• Your Employee Is an Online Celebrity. Now What Do You Do?  (WSJ)
• Max Keiser: ‘Barack Obama is clueless. Mitt Romney will bankrupt the country (The Independant)
• This is why SNL parodied the NYC Mayor’s translator:  Lydia Callis’s Face For NYC Mayor (Tumblr)

What are you reading?



Job Creation During the Obama Administration

Source: Global Macro Monitor


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