Sunday links: sucker’s rally?

15Mar09

Is the latest rally a “sucker’s rally” destined to fail?  (Calculated Risk, Clusterstock)

What Nouriel Roubini does with his investment portfolio.  (Crossing Wall Street)

Household equity ownership has dropped sharply.  (Real Time Economics)

Are some companies holding too much cash, to the detriment of shareholders?   (WSJ.com)

Checking in with the BRIC countries.  (Bespoke)

The iShares ETF business is reportedly for sale.  (WSJ.com)

Traditional technology firms will not lead us into the next bull market.  (Clusterstock)

Continued reaction to the Stewart-Cramer showdown.  In short, if you were TV that muc you would say some stupid stuff as well.  (MarketSci Blog, Marginal Revolution, The Big Money, Atlantic Business, Curious Capitalist, Crossing Wall Street, Ultimi Barbarorum, Will Wilkinson)

Were Bernie Madoff’s victims entirely blameless?  (DealBook, Predictably Irrational, Big Picture)

AIG bonuses continue apace despite Treasury opposition.  (WashingtonPost.com, naked capitalism, Atlantic Business, DealBook, Zero Hedge)

What will the components of an economic recovery look like?  (Econbrowser)

How much are business schools to blame for our current crisis?  (NYTimes.com)

Are looking at CDS spreads on sovereigns like the US good for anything?  (Market Movers)

China throws its weight around when it comes to their massive Treasury holdings.  (Dealbreaker also Brad Setser)

Americans need to start investing again, just not in the stuff we were investing in before.  (The Big Money)

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