What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 3/6/13 ~ market folly

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 3/6/13

Book that changes the way you do business: The Innovator's Dilemma [Clayton Christensen]

The short case on Boulder Brands (BDBD) [Prescience Point]

Why are most people terrible investors? [Phil Pearlman]

12 cognitive biases that endanger investors [Minyanville]

Interview with Paul Lountzis on investing & scuttlebutt research [Simoleon Sense]

On doing less [Capital Observer]

Dow hits record high with household income at decade low [Atlantic]

Verizon (VZ) said to seek to resolve Vodafone (VOD) relationship [Bloomberg]

Cash levels in brokerage accounts approach lowest levels ever [Kimble]

Study reveals most at-risk retailers for Amazon showrooming [Placed]

Shorts battle longs over Fairpoint Communications (FRP) [Forbes]

Want to short the student loan bubble? Now you can [Zerohedge]

Getting schooled by Career Education (CECO) [Barel Karsan]

Vornado selling chunk of J.C. Penney (JCP) stock [WSJ]

America Movil (AMX): time to buy in bulk? [FT]

Imagining cable TV if bundles unravel [WSJ] and News Corp creates sports network [NYT]

Google (GOOG) is building a same-day Amazon Prime competitor [Techcrunch]

Cree (CREE) introduces LED lightbulb [Yahoo Finance]

Why getting an MBA isn't worth it [WSJ]

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