Mindful Money’s blogs of the week – Friday 23th September 2011

23rd September 2011

The Guardian ‘Comment is free': ‘Raves, and rants – first reactions to the banking blog'

A study on the Guardian in to ‘What happens in the City of London affects everyone, but most of us know very little about the people who work there – or what they do all day. The Guardian is launching a new project: an anthropological study of the Square Mile' First comments and reactions to the experiment.


The Reformed Broker: ‘The Ten Crash Commandments'

You want to survive this crash and the next one?  Then follow Downtown Josh Brown's Rules for Surviving a Crash.


The Reformed Broker: ‘How'd That Operation Twist Work Out For Ya?'

Operation Twist joke


Naked Capitalism: ‘The Biggest Bubble Of all Time'

Commodities market speculation.


Left Futures:' Buffet's Law and why we need it here'

Buffett's law is an idea gaining traction in the USA. Of course it is wrong that billionaires pay less tax on their overall income than their secretarial staff. The question is what do we do about it? 


Business Insider: ‘The 2011 Digital 100: The World's Most Valuable Startups'

So what are the 100 most valuable digital startups in the world?

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