What We Read Today 19 December 2013

December 19th, 2013
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The top of today's reading list starts with the proposition that Japan may be more important than Fed tapering ........ and the tenth article says that rising inventories introduce uncertainties into near-term U.S. economic growth.  A bonus article at the end introduces the question as to whether the current secular bear market (2000-?) will continue to parallel the last one (1966-1983).

Follow up:

Click on graph for larger image at Advisor Perspectives dshort.com.
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  • The Puzzle of the Fed's Tools (Matthew C. Klein, Blommberg) Another perplexed observer notes that data correlates QE with less inflation, not more - which is the Fed's stated objective.

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