10 Thursday PM Reads

My afternoon train reads:

• The Impact of Higher Capital Requirements for Banks (NYT)
Alex, I’ll take Cognitive Dissonance for $1000: Fed and Bank of Japan caused gold crash (Telegraph) Times 10: US Mint Sells Record 63,500 Ounces Of Gold In One Day (Zero Hedge)
• Canadians Now More Affluent Than Americans (Real Time Economics)
Arindrajit Dube: Reinhart/Rogoff and Growth in a Time Before Debt (Next New Deal)
• Natural Gas Bulls in the Driver’s Seat as Market Rallies (WSJ) see also Copper Recedes Near Production Cost (WSJ)
• Rising Bank Profits Tempt a Push for Tougher Rules (DealBook)
• Marty Zweig, Ned Davis, and Humility (Alpha Capture)
• Goldman’s Contrarian Currie Foresaw Gold Collapse Paulson Missed (Bloombrg) but see Gold Rises as Jewelry Sales Jump, Investor Demand Climbs (Bloomberg)
• S&P’s Utterly Bogus 1st Amendment Defense (OpEdNews)
• Uh Oh:Start-Up Lets Users Track Who Tracks Them (NYT)

What are you reading?


Dow Priced in Gold

Source: Chart of the Day

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