What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 10/23/13 ~ market folly

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

What We're Reading ~ Analytical Links 10/23/13

Margin debt hits new high [WSJ]

A dozen things learned from Bill Ruane about investing [25iq]

Look to helicopter Ben for clues to Yellen's Fed [FT]

The biggest emerging market in the world: the US [FT]

Do investment consultants pick future winners? [CBS News]

Sales are colossal, shares are soaring. All Amazon is missing is a profit [NYTimes]

Painful prescription: looking at Express Scripts [CNN Money]

In 5 years, Microsoft will be the most valuable company [BusinessInsider] 

Not already invested in Twitter? Might want to stay on the sidelines [AnObjectiveView]

Why Warren Buffett passed on the Washington Post [Fortune]

Interview with now-Nobel laureate Robert Shiller [WashingtonPost]

Emerging market investors sour on Mexico stocks [WSJ]

On hot chocolate demand and cocoa prices rising [FT]

Death of the American mall and rebirth of public space [The International]

Investing as a hobby [AbnormalReturns]

Buying shares in star athletes [NYTimes]

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