What We're Reading ~ 4/9/10 ~ market folly

Friday, April 9, 2010

What We're Reading ~ 4/9/10

The inflation versus deflation debate [Humble Student of the Markets]

An interview with Richard Eckert, former CFO of Lahde Capital [Finance Trends Matter]

CBOE monthly equity put to call ratio nears all-time low [VIX and More]

Is the municipal market next to blow up? [Rick Bookstaber, formerly of Bridgewater]

Lots of congratulations are in order so here's the round-up:

- Congrats to Greenbackd who launched their maiden fund [Greenbackd]

- Distressed-Debt-Investing.com turns 1 [DDI]

- And also congrats to ValueHuntr who celebrated their site's 1 year anniversary [VH]

- Also, YCharts just got funded so head over there and type in a ticker to see their great resource in action [YCharts]

PIMCO is long the CAD, AUD, CNY & Short the EUR, GBP & JPY: Paul McCulley discusses [Zero Hedge]

Can Hugh Hendry teach us to love hedge funds? [The Independent]

A look back at Alfred Winslow Jones' hedge fund [Greenbackd]

Thoughts on Maiden Lane III [Aleph Blog]

A recent interview with hedge fund legend Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors [Fortune]

I saw the crisis coming, why didn't the Fed? [Michael Burry of Scion Capital in the NYT]

And here's Alan Greenspan's response to Burry [ABC News]

Time to rebalance, but not your portfolio [The Economist]

How to attract institutional investors [AllAboutAlpha]

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