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The week's best web reads: Debunking 3 bond bubble theories Add to ...

Inside the Market's weekend roundup of some of last week's best investing reads on the Internet, which are highlighted every morning in our premarket report.

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Three bond bubble theories that don’t hold up.

Short interest has reached a 12-month low in the U.S., suggesting bears are throwing in the towel.

The 'great rotation' is underway, but it has more to do with money going from commodities and into bonds.

Lumber prices are near their highs of the housing bubble.

Goldman Sachs thinks Japanese stocks can rise another 20 per cent.


Inside Apple's plans for its futuristic, $5-billion headquarters.


Why you should avoid DRIPs in taxable accounts.

Be careful about cashing in your bonds to buy dividend-paying stocks.

A hedge fund is planned to bet on a recovery in Greece.

Why the best thing to monitor during earnings season is the immediate share reaction.

Evaluating returns of the stock market versus real estate in Canada.

Why miners are still a value trap.

What investors should know before they dive into private equity funds for the masses.

How to get a piece of the Carl Icahn action. His Icahn Enterprises is publicly traded and has delivered 20 per cent annual gains for a decade.


How high-speed trading is about to get speedier.

A hedge fund is planned to bet on a recovery in Greece.

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