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Articles of the Week: Is Warren Buffett More Myth Than Legend?

Articles of the Week: Is Warren Buffett More Myth Than Legend?

Hope everyone had a great week and are enjoying an even better 4th of July weekend! We have some great reads to help you all enjoy it a little more. 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 either Stocks on Wall Street or our Founder a Tweet.

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Is Warren Buffett More Myth Than Legend? (Marketwatch)

Celebrity Economists Make Waves (At Work)

An Open Letter To The Idiot Nation (StoneKettle)

Are we having fun yet? On the banks’ barely believable behaviour (London Review of Books)

Gladwell: The Gift of Doubt (New Yorker)

In Connecticut, a struggle to launch Obamacare (WaPo)

Basel Examines Banks’ Diverging Views of Risk-Weighted Assets (Bloomberg)

Thoughts on the future of finance blogging (FT Alphaville)

Finance blogging is not for the faint of heart (Abnormal Returns)

The Fed’s magic jobs number (Fortune)

Gold – Has the ‘Narrative’ Failed? (Acting Man)

Elizabeth Warren Tackles Wall Street (The Nation)

Why doesn’t Apple enable sustainable businesses on the app store? (Stratechery)

The Answer is a Click Away: The Internet Era’s Great Placebo Effect (Medium)

4 Steps to Viral, Or How to Create Infographics That Blow up the Web (visual.ly)

Pandora Paid Over $1,300 for 1 Million Plays, Not $16.89 (The Understatement)

Pandora and Royalties (Pandora)

The Immortal Life of the Enron E-mails (MIT Technology Review)

Morsi repeated McCain’s error: Ignore the economy (MarketWatch)

Egypt Interim Leader Inherits Troubled Legacy From Mursi (Bloomberg)

The Economics of Eating Out (priceonomics)

Mankiw, Kaplan, CEO Pay and the Defense of the 1 Percent (Economic Policy Institute)

Lockdown: Why Google Killed RSS Reader (Marco)

Surprise! Inflation is too low almost everywhere on earth (Wonkblog)

Do budget deficits cause inflation?  (Mainly Macro)

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Articles of the Week: It’s Not Just the Fed, It’s China, Too

Articles of the Week: It’s Not Just the Fed, It’s China, Too

OB-XX549_2006CH_E_20130620073351Hope everyone’s had a great week so far and are excited for an even better weekend! We have some great reads to help you all enjoy it a little more. 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 either Stocks on Wall Street or our Founder a Tweet.

It’s Not Just the Fed, It’s China, Too (Moneybeat)

7 charts that tell the Fed not to taper QE3 (MarketWatch)

 Gold Takes a Plunge Below $1,300 (WSJ)

The Conflict Between Managing Funds and Selling Funds (Bronte Capital)

Decline and fall: how American society unravelled (theguardian)

Can Others See When You View Them on LinkedIn? (Full Contact)

The Trouble With Kickstarter (WSJ)

Finance blogger wisdom: summer reading (Abnormal Returns)

Parsing the Fed: How the Statement Changed (Real Time Economics)

New China billionaires blowing massive bubbles (MarketWatch)

Gold is now only back to where it was in September 2010  (Moneybeat)

The Second Great Depression (Foreign Affairs)

Congress is wildly unpopular. Should anyone actually care? (Wonkblog)

Why Monopolies Make Spying Easy (New Yorker)

Bernanke’s Bond-Buying Paradox for Markets (WSJ)

Crossed signals over Fed’s stimulus efforts (Washington Post)

Financial Sector Thinks It’s About Ready To Ruin World Again (Onion)

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Articles of the Week: Give Capitalism a Chance

Articles of the Week: Give Capitalism a Chance

Here’s the list of this top articles I read this week. Hope you take the time and read them yourself.

Give Capitalism a Chance

Oil Spills Were Once Celebrated

No Mosque at Ground Zero. Where do you Stand?

Goldman Sachs Bans Naughty Words in Emails

What Went Wrong With Obama

What Would FDR Do?

Financial History’s False Lessons

Wealth is Wasted on the Wealthy

Tracing Oil to their Origins

Five Sizzlingly Facts About the Market

Consumers Saving More than Thought

World’s Wealthiest Playing it Safe with Investments

When Will the Oil Be Completely Gone? Never

$45 Garage Sale Buy Valued at +$200 Million

How Canada’s Dollar Got Ahead and Left America Behind

The Obama Agenda and Enthusiasm Gap

Teachers versus Teacher Unions

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Articles of the Week: America’s Most Hated Companies

Articles of the Week: America’s Most Hated Companies

Here’s the list of this top articles I read this week. Hope you take the time and read them as they are very informative and worth reading. Hope you enjoy them and leave a comment letting me know what you think. Have a good weekend.

Most Hateable Companies (not named BP)

Goldman’s Cohn is Next on the Hot Seat

Why Obamanomics Has Failed

Seven Reasons the S&P 500 is Going to 1500

Clarity, Conviction, Consensus

Investing: Sizing Up the Second Half

A Double Dip Recession Could Be Very Ugly

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Articles of the Week: Weekend Reads

Articles of the Week: Weekend Reads

Here’s the list of this top articles I read this week. Hope you take the time and read them as they are very informative and worth reading. Hope  you enjoy them and leave a comment letting me know what you think.

Best Stocks Liked Least by Analysts Missing U.S. Gain

Shutting the Doors: A Decade of Bank Failures

The Good Old Days Are Now: Radio Shack Version

Missed Opportunity: BP Gulf of Mexico Disaster

The Internet: Everything You Ever Need to Know

BP Spill May Be Less Than Doomsayers Think

Hedge Fund Rising Stars Shine Through the Gloom

7 Lessons the World Cup Offers on the Stock Market

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