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What I read about Finance

Studying finance and economics is one of my nerdy hobbies. A friend of mine, Window Snyder, wanted to know what I have read and what I am reading to follow the field. She also thinks I don't blog enough, so Window, this list of books, newspapers, and blogs is for you:

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Funny, mine says, "your dirty magazine has arrived" when my issue of the economist arrives in the mailbox.

Another bunch of links: nuclearphynance.com, investopedia.com, and I check sourceforge.net for new finance projects every once in a while to see what kinds of ideas are percolating and what amateurs are implementing. It seems like a good indicator of the kinds of strategies employed by trading desks, without the superstition and marketing hype.

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