Best links of the Web: 13-01-16, nr 690

Good morning. Very nice chart visualizing the risk of bonds and equities.



House prices in the US are really bottoming out!




All that optimism: the World Bank isn’t buying it




Apple’s demise: we have been here before…



Interesting thought: “We’re In The Midst Of A Global Currency Regime Change”




McKinsey takes its best shot to tell us what 2013 will bring for China




Divergence in the Eurozone




Long only equity mutual funds (mostly retail) was the hot at the start of the year, but what region did fund managers buy? Not the US, according to Merrill…




…and these fund managers are pretty bullish right now, according to the same source…




Yesterday, I showed a chart claiming that sideways trading is pretty common. Today’s chart seems to suggest the opposite




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One thought on “Best links of the Web: 13-01-16, nr 690

  1. re. House prices in the US are really bottoming out!That statement is right but remember: when it goes 50% down you need 100% up to get the same price level again. So we have still a long way to go to get the same price level.

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