Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/26/11
Gonzalo Lira aptly points out that gold is not the crashing commodity to be concerned about – copper is.
Charles Hugh Smith on the fiction of our “free market” economy.
Macroeconomics notes that Emerging Markets are looking riskier by the day, as currencies and equities tumble, and credit costs rise.
From Zero Hedge, correlation at record highs and mutual fund cash levels near record lows.
Fed to use social media to attempt quantifying “sentiment”? Didn’t the Fed used to be “above” that? No more.