During the weekend I usually remind readers of interesting links that I’ve found by pointing them to news.tradersnarrative.com through a “Weekend Reading” post. I’ve been sharing links there for more than two years and I wanted to know what you think of this feature.
Here are two recent examples and this weekend’s will follow below:
Now I need your help and feedback on news.tradersnarrative.com.
There are many articles, sites and blogs that I read and this is my way of doing a ‘linkfest’ that other bloggers do either daily or weekly. By having a dedicated site, this method allows others to share interesting links they have found. So it becomes a much richer collaborative process. Unfortunately due to spam I was forced to disable the ability of unvetted users to submit links.
The good news is that there is a way to get around the spam problem. If this were done, would you be interested to join and share links?
Please take 2 minutes to take this short survey to provide me with your feedback. Thank you.
Your comments, suggestions, and feedback will be helpful as I redesigning the blog. Stay tuned. Trader’s Narrative is about to get a facelift. As well there will be some really exciting new features.
Drop me a comment below or an email to babak [at] tradersnarrative.com
Here is this weekend’s reading list of economic and market news. To see all the links, go to news.tradersnarrative.com:
- How Goldman Sachs Ripped Off And Misled Clients
- 1,000 economists urge G20 to accept Tobin tax
- Using Bar Patterns to Find Trading Setups (free ebook)
- Overheating China
- Small-cap investors pay too much for risk
- Limited time offer for Conversations with Casey
- Banks Face $3.6 Trillion ‘Wall’ of Debt
- Job creation by the wealthy is mostly a myth
The above is just a sampler, for the full list of links, follow the graphic link below to news.tradersnarrative.com:
The Week Ahead:
Three of the largest U.S investment banks — Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley — will report their quarterly results next week. Reuters video