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The top of today’s reading list has an article about a doctor in Maine who converted his practice to no insurance and lower prices …….. and the last article explains why not all infrastructure expenditures are good.
- IRS Closes In On Secret Caribbean Accounts (Eric L. Reiner, Private Wealth, 04 June 2013)
- Swiss Seen Passing U.S. Bank-Tax Law to Avoid Worse Fate (Catherine Bosley, Bloomberg, 03 June 2013)
- Politics Can’t Handle the Truth About Austerity (Clive Crook, Bloomberg)
- Does a State Have the Right to Self-Destruct? (Garrett Epps, The Atlantic, 03 June 2013)
- Welfare for the Wealthy (Mark Bittman, The New York Times) Do we have to give gifts of billions to the wealthy to feed the poor?
- Fed Policies and Obama Programs Exacerbate Credit Crunch to Small Businesses (Mike Shedlock, Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis, 04 June 2013) Hat tip to Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives.
- Exclusive: Top NSA Whistleblower Spills the Beans on the Real Scope of the Spying Program (Washington’s Blog) Washington’s Blog contributes to Global Economic Intersection. See also GEI News.
- PIMCO’s Gross Warns: Get Out of Market, Fed’s QE Chemo Treatment Failing (Gil Weinreich, AdvisorOne)
- Not all infrastructure investment is good (Leith van Onselen, Macro Business) PIMCO manager says investors should avoid risk in stocks and bonds, preserve capital.