Apple's 30 percent sell-off was predicted by technicians who study price, Brown writes. Price action, he adds, flashed a screaming sell signal way before the turn in the Apple's business prospects had become evident.
Musicians and investment professionals have a lot in common. But, our resident investment expert claims, to say the best investors, like the best musicians, made it to the top through luck is wrong. Try telling Led Zeppelin they were just lucky, and see what happens.
Evgeny Morozov on the cult of 'TED.'
UBS is reportedly sitting on losses that could be as high as $350 million stemming from its investment in the Facebook initial public offering, and is preparing legal action against Nasdaq as a result.
The Daily Reckoning's got nothing against Japan. But the Japanese economy has gone essentially nowhere in the last 22 years. And now, it has the largest pile of debt in the entire world. Who would want to emulate that?
Hedge funds have traditionally been a very rich man's game, but one broker is trying to bring the hedge fund experience to the medium rich.
Former Stanford professor Sebastian Thrun has already taught a class of 160,000. Now he's aiming to teach 500,000 students.
The New York Times paywall goes into effect this afternoon. But some critics think the Times is making a big mistake.
This is the second in a five part series in which I'm laying out the secrets to successful financial blogging. There are always exceptions to any rule, but if you follow this stuff you will see that I'm right. This is a long post, but every word counts.
The Kauffman Foundation surveyed 200 economics bloggers about the status of the economy and the recovery. Here's what they said.