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QE, or not QE? An assessment of the most controversial weapon in the central banker’s armoury. Economist

“Economic history is a never-ending series of episodes based on falsehoods and lies, not truths.  It represents the path to big money.  The object is to recognize the trend whose premise is false, ride that trend and step off before it is discredited.” The best advice George Soros ever gaveMarket Folly

Stalwart vs. Krugman: Must The Government Do More To Avoid A Full-On Depression? Business Insider

Pav Jordan: Kinross a likely target for Barrick, analyst says. Globe and Mail

Nooo!!! Peter Koven: BCSC casts doubt on Barkerville gold claimsFinancial Post

Otto Rock explains why Baja Mining, the Boleo project and investor Mount Kellett are hoopedIKN

Coal Magnate Offers $5.4 Billion for Whitehaven Coal. Dealbook

Abu Dhabi Leads Gulf Nations With Oil Pipe To Avoid Iran. Bloomberg

Amid the gloom there are unexpected signs of boom, especially in energy. Economist

Always Ask a Banker to Put the Lie in Writing. Bloomberg

“The most effective way to make a living from attention paid online is to earn trust, connect a tribe and then sell something that isn’t online.” Monetizing Digital AttentionSeth’s Blog

Once mighty Digg.com sells for a paltry 500kINC

College essays are ruining our economy. HBR