Hot Links: Robots, Red Candles & The Hindenburg Omen

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Fastest pace for European growth since 2006.  Wait, what?  (Bloomberg)

Are you afraid of deflation?  Here’s why you should be: (MercenaryTrader)

Reason #674 why I love Bess Levin:  (Dealbreaker)

Fightin’ Joe Donahue: “We just urinated away about $70 billion to placate and bail out bankrupt state governments and unions this week.”  (UpsideTrader)

John Lee explains Red Hollow Candles and what they may signify for stocks.  (ChartsGoneWild)

The next bubble will be…Robots?  (EconomicDisconnect)

Eli Radke: “Probably the most common redefined word in finance is ‘Loss’ which is turned into ‘Investment in Education’ or ‘Tuition’.”  (MyFuturesNetwork)

The largest stock in every sector underperforms the average stock in the sector by 3.5%.  (WorldBeta)

Only for the Trekkies: 6 things the Ferengi can teach us about money.  (TheWeakonomist)

Tales from the Bond Bubble: JNJ floats ten year paper with a lower interest rate than the common stock dividend.  (CrossingWallStreet)

And finally, ladies and gentlemen, I present The Hindenburg Omen.  For serious.  (ZeroHedge)

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