What We're Reading ~ 4/4/12 ~ market folly

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

What We're Reading ~ 4/4/12

List of good market links [Abnormal Returns]

Piper Jaffray: Apple (AAPL) will be first trillion dollar co [Notable Calls]

AAPL & the return of gimmicky price targets [Reformed Broker]

AAPL: know when to hold em & fold em [Aswath Damodaran]

The SEC's gift to hedgies [Forbes]

Slidedeck: The future of mobile [Business Insider]

Groupon (GRPN) now offering 50% off its own shares [Slope of Hope]

A look at Sears (SHLD) [Institutional Imperative]

Would you want Carl Icahn to run your company? [Harvard Biz Review]

Q&A session with Carl Icahn [Reuters]

Lauren Templeton on generating alpha from value investing [AAAlpha]

Due diligence from a distance [Advisor Perspectives]

Study says keep an eye on stock liquidity [Institutional Investor]

Greatest investor you've never heard of [Investment News]

Warren Buffett circa 1979 [Value Plays]

Yong rises to top of Asia hedge funds [Bloomberg]

7 signs China's headed for a recession (or already there?) [Wall St Daily]

Is Best Buy following CompUSA & Circuit City? [Cnet]

Changing of the guard for hedge funds [Forbes]

Mobile payments: on Google Wallet, Square, and NFC [GigaOm]

Muppets vs Goldman Sachs [FunnyOrDie]

Final Four bracket for worst company in America [Consumerist]

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