Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 4/30/12
From New York Times, as raging success goes, Apple’s tax avoidance design ranks right up there with iPad design.
From the Telegraph, Louise Armistead on the growing political crisis that could derail the Euro before the financial crisis gets a chance to finish the job.
Zero Hedge provides commentary and a link for Hugh Hendry’s latest investment letter. After over a year without commentary, he says “nothing has changed.”
Humble Student of the Markets, Cam Hui, points to stabilization in China and an uptick in FX (Aussie and Canadian Dollar) and commodity markets as evidence that this Bull isn’t done yet.
From the Chicago Tribune, Ray Huppke opines on the death of “facts.”
An article I posted on Seeking Alpha noting that CMG is near completion of a rising (bearish) wedge and may be a good short candidate.