Friday links: hidden tech fortune

12Dec08

Post-auto bailout failure, what next? (DealBook, The Stalwart, Real Time Economics)

A truly stunning “giant Ponzi scheme.” (WSJ.com)

Prior (and prescient) questions about Madoff’s performance . (Clusterstock, NakedShorts, TheStreet.com, Barrons.com via Woodrow, Dealbreaker, Market Movers)

“The chances of achieving capital gains from buying long-term bonds right now are extremely low…” (Marketwatch.com)

Time to pounce on corporate investment grade bonds? (Fortune.com)

“This is the first time in the history of the asset class that leveraged loans offer potential for equity–like returns…” (BusinessWeek.com)

Muni funds have “never seen losses like this.” (Marketwatch.com)

New mutual funds tend to outperform at the outset. (CXO Advisory Group)

Which portfolio would you rather hold? (World Beta)

Citadel is covering costs previously passed onto investors. (ChicagoTribune.com)

What would the S&P 500 look like absent the build-up in leverage? (Infectious Greed)

How would a General Motors (GM) bankruptcy play out? A speculative take. (TheDeal.com)

Total household debt is on the decline for the first time on record. (WSJ.com)

Home ownership is not all it is cracked up to be. (Market Movers)

Can’t believe we missed this story about a hidden tech fortune earlier this week. (Tech Observer)

Have we missed an interesting post in the investment blogosphere? If so, feel free to drop Abnormal Returns a line.

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