Wednesday’s Must-Read Articles: The Question You Should Be Asking About the Stock Market

FE_DA_InvestingGraphs_111411Hope everyone’s week is going just fine so far. Below we have a great list of articles. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the articles below. Like always, if you have any investment questions or need advice on a specific stock, Stocks on Wall Street is always here for you so feel free to Contact Us at anytime. We always love to hear from our readers so please shoot us an email. Also let us know what you think about the articles below and your thoughts on the market’s current climate by either commenting below, posting on our Facebook Fan Page or by sending us either Stocks on Wall Street or our Founder a Tweet.

The Question You Should Be Asking About the Stock Market (Bucks)

Friends of Fraud (NYT)

A Billion-Dollar Club, and Not So Exclusive (NYT)

The World War I Debts That Wouldn’t Go Away (Echoes)

One Recession Cost Is Lower Social Security Benefits (Economix)

Baby Boomers Sicker Than Parents’ Generation, Study Finds (Bloomberg)

College Is (Still) Worth It (Economix)

‘The Blackout Bowl,’ or ‘The Most Depressing Super Bowl Column You’ll Read’ (The Nation)

Money Matters: A bull-and-bear naturalist (Winnipeg Free Press)

The Question You Should Be Asking About the Stock Market (Bucks)

Unplugged: Why is Michael Dell buying back his company? (USA Today)

Silicon Valley’s Favorite Stories (Bits)

Paul Kedrosky Has A Fascinating Theory About What Has Gone Wrong At Apple (Business Insider)

More than one way to rebalance Portfolios (Morningstar)

The deadly quest for safety (Coppola Comment)

The Constant Correction Call (The Reformed Broker)

Michael Lewis: The Trouble with Wall Street — shocking news that Goldman Sachs is greedy (New Republic)

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