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Today ‘behind the wall’ is focused on investing articles.
- Mobile phone market hits ‘the great moderation’ (Patrick Seitz, Investors.com) Hat tip to Roger Erickson. For some reason, this causes Roger to wonder:
When chocolate sales for valentines, and card sales for Mother’s day actually decline, will it be the final nail in the coffin of The Century of The Self? Will we return to such organizations as the Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving?
- California exchange pulls group site (Allison Bell, Life Health Pro) Paper beats silicon. (Paper covers rock.)
Officials at Covered California said they are shutting down their Small Business Health Options Program website while they redesign it. The SHOP division has been taking applications on paper, and it will continue to do so while the exchange is overhauling the SHOP site.
- Is This Goldman Sachs’ Most Dangerous Trade Yet? (Shah Gilani, Wall Street Insights & Indictments) Shah Gilani has contributed to Global Economic Intersection. Control of commodity uranium by banks (in this case Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank) is a security threat to nations, according to Gilani. See also the new Matt Taibbi article discussed ‘behind the wall’ yesterday.
Today all 12 articles ‘behind the wall’ are related to investing.
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