Talk about "thinking" outside of the box.
A display classified advertisement in the Dec. 11 issue of the esteemed weekly The Economist might give new fodder to those who worry about the caliber of Internet investment analysis and journalists who themselves get swept up in the high-tech-driven bull market.
In big bold type, the ad reads:
Then it goes on to say:
"New, web-based financial journal seeks writers who, if not actually clairvoyant, are accustomed to thinking and writing about the next thing to happen in markets. . . . Although we will be situated in New York, you wouldn't have to be . . ."
So being able to bilocate may give the junior clairvoyant a step up in qualifying for the position. Whew.