10 Thursday Reads: Buy Wood and Follow Fowl

Barry Ritholtz is a Bloomberg View columnist writing about finance, the economy and the business world. He started the Big Picture blog in 2003 and is the founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management, an asset management and financial planning firm.
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My morning reading:

• Grantham: Buy Wood (Reformed Broker) but see Why guru ETFs beat human gurus (Felix Salmon)

• S&P 500 Celebrates One-Year Above 200-Day Moving Average (MoneyBeat)

• Stock Market Trading: The 20 Rules of Engagement (Minyanville) see also Four Costly Ideas that Hurt Investors (A Dash of Insight)

• Big Thinkers With Quick Answers on the Year Ahead (Businessweek)

• Fed Looks for Other Ways to Aid Economy (NY Times) see also As Fed Searches for Solutions, Its Power Wanes (WSJ)

• Twitter: Find Your Favorite Analyst by Following Fowl? (Institutional Investor)

• Too Sure By Half (Above the Market) see also Anxiety Over Asset Bubbles From Homes to Internet Rising in Poll (Bloomberg)

• What Can We Do About the Fact That We're All a Little Bit Prejudiced? (Pacific Standard)

• Obamacare is Obama's Obamacare. (Not his Katrina.) (Washington Post) see also This chart is amazing news for our health cost problem (Washington Post)

• Hilarious! Stupid Things Equity Research People Say (Tumblr)

What are you reading?

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Source: WSJ

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