Smart Links 28 January 2013
Commentary on fraud in financial markets, the bear market, Apple, spend less or earn more, protecting food security, and another benefit of legalising cannabis.
Economist -- Just who should we be blaming anyway?
WHY have so few gone to jail for the financial crisis?
Project Syndicate -- Financial Stars Behind Bars?
Hardly a day goes by without a settlement between a bank and a US government agency or regulator.
Still in a bear market.
Pragmatic Capitalist – About That Global Secular Bear Market
There was a bit of pushback in my recent article regarding the end of the recession in the USA.
What next Apple? Time to bite?
Financial Times -- Perspective on Apple amid the clamour
It is hard to think of a company whose influence has been so profound.
As the bills pile up the options remain the same, spend less or earn more.
Independent -- 'My inner bourgeois soul has re-emerged'
Are we in fuel poverty?" Victoria asked me the other day.
Preventing global hunger.
Guardian -- Global food crisis: hunger games
For War on Want, food sovereignty is the only way to develop food security.
Legalise it and they will come.
National Post -- Legalize pot and reap the benefit from influx of toking tourists: Liberals
Canada’s economy could benefit from an influx of toking tourists if weed is legalized, the Liberal Party of Canada says in a new analysis that backs the party’s 2012 policy convention resolution.
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