Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • Fed moving closer to more accomodation (CalculatedRisk)
  • Apple delivers rare 3Q miss on lackluster iPhone sales (FoxBusiness)
  • ‘World-renown’ bank analsyst Dick Bove has a problem with Wells Fargo based on personal experience he received from the bank.  He’s a crusty ol’ bank analyst for sure (Dealbreaker)
  • Bridgewater sees ‘Dangerous dynamic’ as largest economies slow (Bloomberg)
  • Jim Rogers:  why Hendry & Edwards our wrong on China (InvestmentWeek)
  • Big banks glory days feared to be gone for good (Reuters)
  • Eurozone as we know it has two years left:  Jim O’Neil (CNBC)
  • Sherman Hemsley, ‘George Jefferson’, is dead at 74 (NYT)
  • Rod O’Connor reviews a documentary called ‘The Interrupters’–about 3 former felons who return to Chicago to launch a unique antiviolence campaign. One year old, but a very relevant and positive story given current events (ChicagoMagazine)
  • Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones Live at the Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981 (TimeOutChicago)