EICKnotes for Jan 9, 2014

Finance Five
  • The invincible JP Morgan (Reuters)
  • Is Bond Valuation stretched? (BCA Research)
  • Investors are Chastened. That’s a Good Thing (ProPublica)
  • What’s That You’re Calling a Bubble? (HBR)
  • China’s Shadow Banking Problem (NYT)
A Couple of Quants
  • Using R in Algorithmic Trading: Studying In-sample/Out-of-sample variable correlations (Mechanical Forex)
  • Asymmetric Beta: A Clue to Low Volatility Outperformance (The Augmented Trader)
A Trio of Lighter Fare
  • What happens when Jim Henson, Ayn Rang, Sidney Nolan and Yoko Ono meet on the early internet… (The Arpanet Dialogues)
  • Drinking from the Twitter firehose: I love the stream, but I need more filters and bridges (Gigaom)
  • How can we outwit our lazier selves (Tim Harford)

By Jon Eickmeier | January 9, 2014 | links curated markets economics EICKnotes

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