02/19/15 – Thursday AM Interest-ing Reads

  • Buffett and Soros join Tepper & Co in General Motors. How can this thing not work now? (MarketWatch)
  • Here’s what’s wrong with technical analysis (Midnight Trader)
  • The (Mobile) Investor of the Future (medium)
  • Negative rates as global cash burn (ftalphaville.ft)
  • Greece Is Making an Offer Germany Can’t Refuse (Wall Street Journal)
  • Why the Alarms About a Slight Rate Hike? (wsj)
  • Wall Street’s brightest minds reveal the most important charts in the world (Business Insider)
  • Global portfolio managers boost equity holdings big-time (Fat Pitch)
  •  Fed Appears to Hesitate on Raising Interest Rate (nytimes)
  • Why everyone – even Warren Buffett – got oil prices wrong (Washington Post)
  • ECB risks crippling political damage if Greece forced to default (Telegraph)
  • Diversified portfolios don’t need to own EVERYTHING. (awealthofcommonsense)
  • The Miracle of Minneapolis: No other place mixes affordability, opportunity, and wealth so well. What’s its secret? (theatlantic)
  • Morgan Stanley: “After four years of persistent growth disappointment, we believe that Europe is on the verge of an upgrade cycle. ” (ValueWalk)
  • Bull Signal: Basic Material Stocks Starting to Rally (online.barrons)
  • Oil Is Cratering. American Oil Isn’t. What Gives? (slate)
  •  Unbalanced hopes for the world economy (ft)
  • Norm Macdonald Tweeted About The SNL Anniversary & You’re Gonna Want To Read Every Word (gothamist)
  • New technical pattern discovered: The bactrian camel (Price Action Lab)
  • Shane Smith (VICE) is killing it right now (Bloomberg)
  • Last Year Saw Pivot In New-Home Sizes (blogs.wsj)
  • Microsoft Has Suddenly Gotten Serious With Mobile (nytimes)

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