Unable to recognize voices, unless it’s Sean Connery The Body Odd
Goldman’s Gold Standard Is Less Golden Walll Street Journal Sallie Krawchek, when she was an analyst at Sanford Bernstein covering Wall Street, dared to point out the obvious: it was better to be an employee of a securities firm than a shareholder. Note the reverse was generally the case when they were private partnerships. We said when Goldman went public it would eventually be the ruination of the firm.
Contemplating CAPM Option Armageddon
The Return of the $70 Per Hour Meme Felix Salmon. Debunking an urban legend.
Time for the Government to Buy Citigroup Brad De Long
Paulson Trying To Rewrite His Own History Bespoke Investment Group
Argentina’s Impending Bankruptcy Independent Accountant
The Equity Market Has Nothing on Credit EconomicPic Data
The Simple Arithmetic of Hank Paulson’s Financial Disaster David Fiderer, Huffington Post
The Big Easing Chevelle, Models and Agents. On how Bernanke lacks cojones.
Antidote du jour (hat tip reader Edward):