My 10 Favorite/Important Articles from 2010

Here are my 10 most favorite/important articles from 2010, all of them are still relevant today. QE2: Beware the Perils of its Success Recommended Book List 2010 Poststeroid Economics Shadow over Asia Barron’s Is Wrong On Medtronic Japan: Land of the Rising Debt Chinese Quest for Shortcut to Greatness Even Capitalist Pigs Should Love Bank…

Here are my 10 most favorite/important articles from 2010, all of them are still relevant today.

  1. QE2: Beware the Perils of its Success
  2. Recommended Book List 2010
  3. Poststeroid Economics
  4. Shadow over Asia
  5. Barron’s Is Wrong On Medtronic
  6. Japan: Land of the Rising Debt
  7. Chinese Quest for Shortcut to Greatness
  8. Even Capitalist Pigs Should Love Bank Regulation
  9. The case for Pfizer
  10. Economic Steroids Are Toxic, Too

… and of course this presentation on China and Japan sums up my views on the second and third world’s largest economies.

Presentation: China – The Mother of All Grey Swans / Japan – Past the Point of No Return

I wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous 2011.  – Vitaliy N. Katsenelson

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