And my investments class has only a little more material to cover. So, I'm almost done except for exams.
While I work on my class material, here are a few things to keep you busy:
James Hamilton at Econbrowser explains why the inverted yeild curve might not signal a recession. His answer - foreign purchases of treasuries.Enough blogging - back to work.
Private Equity (over at Going Private, one of my favorite blogs) takes a few well aimed shots at the recent Market Watch piece I recently highlighted on dual-class shares.
Information Arbitrage discussses a New York Times article on how to interpret stock buybacks.
Steven Dubner at the Freakonomics Blog points to a really creative use of the Web - a YouTube For Data.
According to Calculated Risk, implied probabilities from options on Fed fund futures indicate a 75% chance of a Fed rate cut at the March meeting.
And finally, Sound Money Tips has a great list of resources for using the web in finding people at no (or low) cost.