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Sunday Afternoon Reads

A few interesting items for your reading pleasure:

  • Good read. A secret about the financial media you won’t see anywhere else (The Daily Crux)
  • Hmm. The $ Cost of 9/11 (The Big Picture)
  • Good read. September shapes up as a chilly month for equities (Financial Times)
  • Anna Hazare listening? Salaries of MP politicos zoomed 900% in 15 years (The Economic Times)
  • Oops! CAG flays RIL, but top brokerages say ‘stock ripe for picking’ (Moneycontrol)
  • Funny! Sensex could surge past 23,000 in one year: Reliance MF (The Economic Times)

What are you reading?

Tuesday Morning Reads

A few interesting items for your reading pleasure:

What are you reading?

Wednesday Morning Reads

A few interesting items for your reading pleasure:

  • Oh-ho! ‘India least favoured equity market in emerging economies’ (The Economic Times)
  • Just do it! Cohan Says Close Wall Street Casino Cut Pay In Half (The Big Picture)
  • Nice read. Authenticity (The Big Picture )
  • Wow! Gold’s climb is perfectly rational (CNN Money)
  • Hmm. The moral decay of our society is as bad at the top as the Bottom (The Telegraph)
  • ’Fine’ art of corruption. DLF fined Rs 630 cr for unfair practices, realty reels under shocks (The Economic Times)
  • Nice read. Breaking and entering (Mint)
  • Ouch! Jim Rogers: Higher food prices will spark riots soon (Moneynews)

What are you reading?

Tuesday Morning Reads

Here’s what I’m reading this Tuesday morning that might interest you:

  • Is this ‘news’? Sebi probe shows rise in dirty money in stock market (The Economic Times)
  • Old tricks! The Mutual Fund Industry Is A Huge Scam That Costs Investors Billions Of Dollars A Year (Business Insider)
  • Contrarian call. The case against gold (Moneynews)
  • Stocks on sale? Buffett Made Biggest Bets on Stocks This Year (Bloomberg)
  • Hmm. Wall Street’s new lie to Main Street – Asset Allocation (Blog Maverick)
  • Nice read. Ending the Moral Rot on Wall Street, Part 2 (Bloomberg)
  • Wise man speaks. Stop Coddling the Super-Rich: Warren Buffett (The New York Times)
  • Hmm. The cost of West’s mistakes (Mint)

What are you reading?

Monday Morning Reads

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Friday Morning Reads

A few interesting items for your reading pleasure:

  • The master speaks! Buffett: The lower stocks go, the more I buy (CNN Money)
  • Nice chart. Economic Expansions and Recessions (The Big Picture)
  • Good read. ‘Too big to fail’ is too dumb an idea to keep (John Kay)
  • Reality bites. Realty to suffer if lending rate doesn’t fall: DLF (The Economic Times)
  • Oops! Double Depression (The Daily Reckoning)
  • Hmm. US may avoid double-dip recession if Fed intervenes; it’s buying opportunity in India: Mark Mobius (The Economic Times)

What are you reading?

Thursday Morning Reads

A few interesting items for your reading pleasure:

What are you reading?

Wednesday Morning Reads

A few interesting items for your reading pleasure:

  • Drugging the drugged! Fed: Low rates for two more years (CNN Money)
  • Wow! Investors flee to gold (CNN Money)
  • Hmm. Now What? (The Daily Reckoning)
  • Yeah! Jim Rogers: Bernanke and Geithner are sending us to “fiscal Armageddon” (Newsmax)
  • Nice. Indian stocks fare better than most in global rout (Mint)
  • Oops! A world out of options (Mint)
  • Hmm. Panic measures will ruin the Bric recovery (Financial Times)
  • Really? India feels it deserves a better credit rating (The Financial Express)

What are you reading?