Sunday links: vote early and often

15Apr07

Mark Hulbert in the New York Times on research showing seasonality in equity market momentum returns.

Now MarketBeat has five reasons NOT to break-up Citigroup (C).

Roger Ehrenberg at Information Arbitrage on the sorry state of Citigroup management.

DealBook highlights an article on midsized private equity firms.

Google buys DoubleClick. Microsoft gasps for air.

Howard Lindzon on private equity “done right.”

Michael Aneiro at WSJ.com the sudden drop in free cash flow last year.

Andrew Bary at Barrons.com on what the megacap stocks need to re-gain investors’ favor.

Brett Steenbarger at TraderFeed has a very ‘taxing’ process for trade review.

Felix Salmon is now blogging up at Market Movers (One of many blogs launched at Portfolio.com.) Including a post on housing prices following a “power-law distribution.”

Do 9 out of 10 new restaurants really close in the first year? (via BusinessWeek.com)

Vote early and vote often. Chicago wins the rights to bid for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.

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