Monday links: growing complexity

15Jan07

FT Alphaville on the threat that growing complexity might have on the credit markets.

Roger Ehrenberg at Information Arbitrage on what institutional investors want from research providers.

CXO Advisory Group on how earnings management has changed in a post-SOX world.

David Andrew Taylor at dismally.com on why the Yen will continue falling.

Howard Lindzon on how turning off the mainstream media can do wonders for your investment outlook.

Mark Gongloff at the Wall Street Journal tracks down some market bears.

All About Alpha highlights a new mutual fund pursuing an “all-out hedge fund strategy.”

Matthew Lynn at Bloomberg.com thinks the Apple iPhone will ultimately fail.

Laura M. Holson at the New York Times on whether Hollywood should treat YouTube as “friend or foe.”

David Warsh at economicprincipals.com on the “secret” of the Wall Street Journal’s success.

What role might “geo-engineering” have in combating global warming? (via The Economist)

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