Ritholtz's Reads: Precious Metals and Irrational Fear
Welcome to November -- and the best six months of the year for equities. Oh, and the midterm elections are tomorrow. Our morning reads are here:
- Returns on Muni Bonds Soar (WSJ)
- U.S. Stocks Headed Into a Sweet Spot (WSJ) but see What Goes Up Must at Least Slow Down (NYT)
- Mark Dow: Precious Metals. The Second Wave of the Bubble Unwind Is Upon Us (Behavioral Macro)
- The Best Advice in Business: 40 Execs Reveal Their Secrets to Success (Fortune)
- Mega-Influence: These 42 Dominate Super PAC Donations (USA Today)
- The Psychology of Irrational Fear: Why we're more afraid of sharks than car accidents, and of Ebola than flu (The Atlantic)
- Why Turning Our Clocks Back Sunday Makes No Sense (Washington Post)
- How Congress Crippled the Recovery (Bloomberg View)
- Apple Has Forced A Huge Change At Samsung -- As These Two Phones Unveiled Last Night Show (Business Insider) see also Faster Followed (Asymco)
- Nate Silver: Are The State Polls Skewed? (fivethirtyeight.com)
What are you reading?
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