10 Monday AM Reads

My morning reads:

• Capitulation Everywhere (Hussman Funds) see also Assume Bull Secular — How Do You Justify It? (csen)
• When Economists Agree, Start Worrying (WSJ)
• The Fed Is More Out of It Than You Thought It Was (Bloomberg) see also At Fed, Nascent Debate on When to Slow Asset Buying (NYT)
• From $100-e-mails to $300,000 for photocopies and meals, how Nortel racked up a $755-million tab (The Globe and Mail)
• Why Deleveraging Still Rules Markets in 2013 (Bloomberg)
• How Newegg crushed the “shopping cart” patent and saved online retail (arstechnica)
• The Biggest Housing Bubble in the World Is in … Canada? (The Atlantic)
• Apple’s stock and earnings don’t go hand in hand (The Tech Block) see also Apple reports one of the largest corporate earnings in the history of the earth, stock down 10% (updated) (9TO5Mac)
• Airport Altruism (enRoute)
• Pictorial: Chicago’s Freezing Fire (The Atlantic)

What are you reading?


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