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Articles of the Week: The Fading Bull, Why is this Recovery unlike the others?

Articles of the Week: The Fading Bull, Why is this Recovery unlike the others?

Screen Shot 2013-06-08 at 4.23.50 PMHope everyone’s having a great weekend so far! 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.

Why is this recovery unlike the others? (MarketWatch)

Fading Bull (Wealth Management)

What does it mean to have “predicted the crisis”? (Noahpinion)

Google is the General Electric of the 21st century (FT.com)

Join Wall Street. Save the world. (Wonkblog)

In China, an Empire Built by Aping Apple (NYT)

A Small World After All: A new book sheds light on how little of the world we see through our browsers (Book Forum)

Feeding the Fee Machine (Institutional Investor)

This market correction will pass (Calafia Beach Pundit)

The Real Problem: Em Decoupling?  (The Reformed Broker)

Higher Dividend Stocks Still Seem Rather Pricey (Learn Bonds)

How Many Jobs to Bring Down Unemployment? (Real Time Economics)

NSA collecting phone records of millions of Verizon customers daily (theguardian)

The Stocktwits Network Helps Solve the Puzzle (The Thoughtful Bull)

Estimize offers new approach to consensus estimates (Inside Investor Relations)

Goldman Sees Commodity Bull Run Over as Returns Trail Stocks (Bloomberg)

The era of ‘uncertainty’ may be over. Will a growth boom begin? (Wonkblog)

How Does Income Growth Compare to Other Recoveries? (Real Time Economics)

Why Didn’t the SEC Catch Madoff? It Might Have Been Policy Not To (Taibblog)

Monetary policy and US inequality, again (FT Alphaville)

The Fed and Inequality (Economix)

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Saturday's Must-Read Articles: Apple's Next Big Thing & The Second Coming of Facebook

Saturday’s Must-Read Articles: Apple’s Next Big Thing & The Second Coming of Facebook

Hope everyone had a solid work week & are ready to enjoy a great weekend! For those of you who love to read we have a great list of articles for you. 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.Screen Shot 2013-04-27 at 5.30.01 AM

Apple’s Next Big Thing (Slate)

Why Does Apple Care About Its Share Price? (Businessweek)

Apple to Tap a Hungry Debt Market (WSJ)

The second coming of Facebook (CNNMoney)

Facebook Leans In (Vanity Fair)

What If We Never Run Out of Oil? (Atlantic)

Everything Is Rigged: The Biggest Price-Fixing Scandal Ever (Rolling Stone)

Talkin’ ’bout a revolution: Why Occupy Wall Street Failed (FT.com)

This Bud’s for You! Legal Pot in the U.S. (GQ.com)

Everything you ‘know’ about the Fed is wrong (Minyanville)

Consumers Are Just Fine, Thank You.  (WSJ)

Dixon’s Take: Traders Beware, ‘News’ Ain’t What It Used to Be (Minyanville)

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