My Twitter feed is actually quite bloated, and it is getting harder to find good financial tweets these days, so I end up doing “twitter research” for this piece and find tweets I didn’t even see go by. I am not sure if that is a condemnation of following too many twitter folk, or my not reading it enough.
I love reading about perfect storms, it is becoming such an overused descriptive, yes, one day someone will use it correctly, but will it this time? Larry MacDonald pointed me at this interesting one.
An outside of Canada view of the Target Canada debacle
I borrowed this one from Million Dollar Journey‘s twitter feed (yes you should add that feed to your Twitter too)
An interesting piece from the New York times about parents’ expectations about their children, professional sports and the cost (in money and emotions) spent on this “dream”. I remember John Amechi playing in the NBA, I am getting old
It's always important to read (apparently) differing ideas about retirement and our friends at Forbes has an interesting title, but does the title reflect the story?
Not really financial but an interesting video of SpaceX trying to land their booster, the caption says it all
I'll leave you with this one with no comment either