Prieur’s readings (May 23, 2011)

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This post provides links to a number of interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also enjoy. […]

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Matt Taibbi: The People vs Goldman Sachs

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Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi joins Thom Hartmann on The People vs. Goldman Sachs. A Senate committee has laid out the evidence. Now, Taibbi argues, the Justice Department should bring criminal charges. […]

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S&P 500: The lost decade

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“We’re now over 11 years beyond the S&P 500 2000 high. This little charting exercise gives credence to the frequent reference to a ‘lost decade’ for investors. It also offers support for the wisdom of diversification across asset classes,” said Doug Short in this guest post. […]

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Nearly 70% Of S&P 500 Stocks In Correction Or Bear Market Territory
S&P500 Getting Ready to Break
S&P Approaches Critical Tipping Point
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QE3 is on the way, says Puru Saxena

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Puru Saxena, chief executive at Puru Saxena Wealth Management, says the recent sell-off in commodities is a perfect backdrop for QE3. […]

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Global economy – cut the slack

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“Almost two years after the end of the Great Recession, it remains unclear what the financial crisis has done to the level and the growth rate of potential GDP in the advanced economies. ‘Potential’ is the maximum level of output that could be produced without putting so much pressure on resources that it creates inflation. Uncertainty about potential output translates one-for-one into uncertainty about the output gap – the difference between (observed) actual GDP and (unobserved) potential GDP – which measures the amount of spare capacity, or ‘slack’, in the economy. And, with inflation generally thought to be related to the amount of ‘slack’ in the economy, uncertainty about the output gap translates into uncertainty about the inflation outlook,” said Joachim Fels of Morgan Stanley in this guest contribution. […]

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Laugh out Loud: Debt – hell on earth

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