By James Kwak
I’ve joined a new collection on Medium devoted to business and finance writing. It’s called “Bull Market,” after an intense lobbying campaign (including alleged vote-buying, although I haven’t tried to collect) by Felix Salmon, and includes Felix, Mark Buchanan, Dan Davies, Alexis Goldstein, Francine McKenna, Evan Soltas, and Mark Stein. The goal is to write thoughtful articles that don’t just respond to the latest story on the wire (although there will be some of that, too).
My contribution for today is a post about the no-poaching lawsuit in Silicon Valley and what it says about class consciousness in America today.
I hope you enjoy the collection.
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I hope this site will ALWAYS remain a “base camp” for the writing of Sirs Kwak and Simon Johnson. This blog has for some time and will always hold a strong sentimental value to me, and I think to other readers, since 2008.
But one cannot fault the founders of BaselineScenario for wanting to turn a small coin for their efforts, along with getting their thoughts out to the WIDEST and most expansive audience.
I will somewhat begrudgingly wander over to “Medium”/”Bull Market” and thoroughly read its contents. HOWEVER I hope Kwak and Johnson never forget their loyalty to this blog, as TO ME this blog is one and the same with the two men, and disloyalty to this blog will be a waiving of the loyalty I give the two gentlemen, right or wrong, or “narrow-minded” as that may be.
I am a little late discovering this, but I am intrigued by your title “Bull Market.” I enjoy your writing style and how you put ideas together.
I know you spoke about this particular topic as something a bit more than writing on today’s events in the market, but I was wondering if you are going to include articles on present day events, or just business and financial topics in general.
I hope to be a regular reader as I rely upon gathering information as I own my own training company (www.trade.optionsweekly.org) and use the information that I acquire from your articles and others to help my clients understand market movement.
Look forward to reading your future articles.
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