New Additions to the Blogroll

22 Jan

In no particular order (well, I guess alphabetical), all these links can be found on the right side of the page and I strongly suggest everyone check these sites out: by @sellputs, guy knows a lot of technical/day trading, great at spotting and acting on trends and gleaning meaningful info from social media sentiment.

Jesse’s Cafe Americain (who is Jesse and why does he appear to have no twitter presence?)

Pension Pulse, really really really deep and broad blog that really seems like a 1-stop shop for everything about pensions.  Ok, pension stuff may be boring as dirt for some people but in times like these, anyone talking about munis, manufacturing (autos, heavy industry, whatever), public policy all need to know about pension issues.

St. Louis Fed/FRED Data, thought I’d added this a while ago but apparently not.  Anyone who claims to conduct any sort of economic analysis who hasn’t even heard of FRED should probably be ignored.

Stock Sage by Robert Sinn, guy is really damn smart, does short-term trading as well as more macro analysis.  Check it out!

The Economist – Bagehot’s Notebook, another one I coulda sworn I’d added a while ago, but anyway, no further explanation should be necessary.


2 Responses to “New Additions to the Blogroll”

  1. Tim Coldwell January 22, 2011 at 11:49 am #


    polit2k RT @JessesCafe: Concentration of US Banking Since the Repeal of Glass-Steagall… @The_Anal_yst


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