moneyscience: Naked Capitalism: -Links 9/12/11 http:/
moneyscience: Economist's View:- links for 2011-09-11 http:/
Facebook now supports microformats in its Download Your Information feature: “The addition provides developers with a way to parse the profile information, posts, photos and videos contained in a Facebook user’s account. Although the change doesn’t have a direct impact on what a mainstream user can do with their Facebook data – you still can’t export your Facebook contact list, for example – it’s an important step for Facebook to make in terms of loosening its formerly tight control over user data.” continued…read more...
moneyscience: MT @victorricciardi - Is this true? "Financial advisers have long scoffed at behavioural finance" http:/
moneyscience: RT @carney: Jamie Dimon is right: Basel III, covered bonds, and systemic risk. http:/
moneyscience: RT @ReformedBroker: THE FALKENSTEIN PROOF http:/
moneyscience: Call for Papers - The NAAIM 2012 Wagner Award for Advanced in Active Investment Management - http:/
moneyscience: MoneyScience Daily is out! http:/
So the Vickers Report has finally crept out into the wilderness.read more...
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moneyscience: MiFID II’s treatment of best execution has “dire implications” for competition between trading venues - http:/