Counterparties

By Nick Rizzo
January 5, 2012

Bill Gross thinks we’re beyond the new normal and into the “paranormal” — Pimco

“Exactly how does one forecast improved trading results?” — Ritholtz

Hallo! Quantitative easing does not create inflation — Business Insider

Yield-hungry investors are gobbling up “bond exotica” — Bloomberg

Americans make up (after taxes) half the global 1% — CNN Money

Obama will probably make recess appointments to the NLRB as well — Washington Post

Here’s a cool little story of American entrepreneurial ingenuity — NPR Planet Money

I’m a fan, but is Google Chrome worth over $1 billion? — The Street

And how Twitter accidentally verified the fake Wendi Deng account — AllThingsD

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“The takeaway is you better have your own approach for investing and trading, rather than relying on 3rd party guesses . . .”

Either that or trade opposite whatever they recommend, figuring they know nothing yet their hot air powers blips in the market.

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