The Economist is one of those papers I find really good, every week. Many publishers seem to have the attitude “It’s true, because i say so”. With The Economist i feel an invitation to debate, they are opinianated and do some good research and analysis. Some of their articles delight me while others (few though) simply irk me.
Lexington this week has some superbly sharp statements, the cartoon is also good. It’s about a book that sounds really interesting. The parallel between Politics and Financial Markets should be expected, both are mainly driven by perceptions, fears, doubts, wishes and hopes. Read the article Vote for me, diwit.
PS: I don’t like to dabble in politics, not my cup of tea. I just happen to agree with many statements in this article, taken from a book.