Sunday links: flexible scheduling

12Nov06

It took a while, but NBC starts their ‘flexible scheduling’ for Sunday Night football with the Chicago Bears at the New York Giants.

Barry Ritholtz at the Big Picture wonders whether the stock or bond market is correct on the economy?

Brett Steenbarger at TraderFeed demonstrates why it is so difficult to be a trend following trader.

All About Alpha proposes a “no arbitrage” rule for hedge fund and mutual fund fees.

Diya Gullapalli in the Wall Street Journal on signs of life in the world of large cap growth.

J. Alex Tarquino in the New York Times on the current case for foreign bond funds.

David Andrew Taylor at dismally.com on China’s plan to diversify their currency reserves.

Floyd Norris in the New York Times on the changing distribution of corporate credit ratings.

Mark Gilbert at Bloomberg.com on the risk of mega-buyouts on corporate credit risk.

Adam Warner and I agree on the most important business story of the past twelve months.

Paul J. Lim in the New York Times with an early heads-up on year-end tax moves.

The Economist on the ever-growing Pigou Club.
Greg Mankiw has an interesting proposal on how to pay for modifying the AMT.

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