If you’re wondering how big time investors are handling their money in today’s ugly economy,
here’s an glimpse at what some Wall Street types are doing.
WSJ: How Wall Street Invests Its Money in Hard Times
If you’re tempted by scraping together everything you have to invest in gold, here’s something to consider.
New York Times: The Hidden Dangers in Safe Havens
Highlights from the Rant$ and Rave$ blog roll:
As if U.S. auto makers didn’t have enough trouble, China appears ready to push its way into the global auto market.
The Curious Capitalist describes what Chinese auto maker Geely’s purchase of Volvo from Ford really means.
Barron’s Stocks To Watch talks about gold, oil, inflation and the U.S. Treasury announcement that it will sell its Citigroup shares this year.