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Weekend Reading: Structural Changes at Trader’s Narrative

Weekend Reading: Structural Changes

Here is the weekend reading list of economic and market news you may have missed. To see it all, go to

  • Sprott: Beware Counterfeiters
  • AIG bonuses continue to ignore performance
  • Mutual Funds Are Asset-Rich And Cash-Poor
  • Get a FREE Subscription to SFO Magazine (US residents only)
  • January Barometer forecasts a down 2010
  • Panama Canal Expansion Bypasses Buffett’s Railroad
  • The Most Important Investment Report You’ll Read in 2010
  • How the Fed is Pushing Up Stock Prices
  • Infographic: “Too Big to Fail”… becomes Even Bigger
  • What Exactly is “Support” and “Resistance”?
  • Hayek vs. Keynes: Rap Battle!

The above is a small sample, for the complete list, follow the graphic link below to

weekend reading structural changes

And remember to check back often as interesting links are added throughout the week. If you’re on twitter, add the twitter stream to get new links in real time.

As Goes January:

And here are Hayek and Keynes in a rap battle:

I know I already shared this with you several days ago but it bears a full exposition. The duo of Billy Scafuri and Adam Lustick have achieved an incredible success in combining a catchy tune and real economic theory (set to rhyme!). The video contains a lot of witty details like the bartenders named “Ben” and “Tim” (but is sadly lacking in “badonkadonk” - a staple of most rap videos). Where was this when I was courageously persevering through the thick tomes of economic theory at school?

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One Response to “Weekend Reading: Structural Changes”  

  1. 1 Speculation

    Looks like we have major support on the $SPX.

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