What We Read Today 01 January 2014

January 1st, 2014
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The top of today's reading list is about possible weaknesses in the China banking system........ and the tenth article discusses distortions to the Shiller CAPE analysis for stocks introduced by accounting changes in the 21st century.  The bonus (11th article) argues that if you far enough right or far enough left you come to the same place.

Follow up:

Click on map for larger image at U.S. Census Bureau.

  • This Chart Makes A Joke Out Of The American Dream (Danny Vinik, Business Insider) Left hand axis is correlation. Correlation of zero means that income of the son has no correlation to that of the father. Correlation of one means that the income of the son is fully correlated to the income of the father.





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