10 Tuesday PM Reads

My Tuesday afternoon train reading:

• Market Still Has a ‘Breadth’ Problem, One Technician Says (MoneyBeat) see also The VIX is not a great way to measure complacency (Bloomberg View)
• U.S. household net worth hits record high on stocks, property (Reuters)
• What Apple’s Stock Split Means for You (MoneyBeat)
• How Twitter Bots Fool You Into Thinking They Are Real People (FastCo)
• Corporate jargon isn’t meaningless.  It can help managers be better at their jobs. (Slate)
• 5 things to know about President Obama’s latest student debt relief plan (WSJ)
• iOS 8 code shows iPad split-screen, Maps transit in the works; Health interface changed late in development (9 to 5 Mac) see also With iOS 8, The iPhone Will Become Your Digital Hub (TechCrunch)
• Google Glass is going to be huge, but most people don’t understand why (Slate)
• ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ creator Bill Watterson returns to the comics page — to offer a few ‘Pearls’ gems (Washington Post) see also Ever Wished That Calvin and Hobbes Creator Bill Watterson Would Return to the Comics Page? Well, He Just Did. (Pearls Before Swine)
• Job Title Generator (Bullshit Job)

What are you reading?

 

Banks are backing out of financing for commodities in China

Source: WSJ

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