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U.S. equities slipped into red territory for most of the week, with the exception of Wednesday when the Dow Jones Industrial average posted another record on growing hopes of continued easy-money policies from the Fed. On Thursday, Twitter made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange, opening at $45.10, 73% above its IPO price of $26. In economic news, factory orders declined 0.1%, while ISM non-manufacturing PMI rose to 55.4 from 54.4 in October. U.S. GDP for the third quarter was reported to grow 2.8%, up from 2.5% in the previous quarter and well above the expectation of 2% .

Below, we highlight seven insightful articles circulating around the financial space this week:

  1. Investment opportunity “Made in the USA” (BlackRock)
  2. A closer look at the “Great” sector rotation (All Star Charts)
  3. The more interesting question is not so much whether or not to own stocks, but which stocks to own (The Brooklyn Investor)
  4. The single biggest determinant of startup valuations at IPO (Tomasz Tunguz)
  5. The ECB’s tough balancing act – bubbles vs deflation (Global Money Trends)
  6. Analysts beware! A machine has its eye on your job (Institutional Investor)
  7. The incredible untold story about how the financial world almost ended (CFA Institute)
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Disclosure: No positions at time of writing.

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