Hot Links: The Mayor of Crazytown

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Libya’s airforce effectively neutralized by the no-fly zone.  Qaddafi still the Mayor of Crazytown, however.  (Bloomberg)

Om Malik: Nobody wins in the AT&T bid for T-Mobile except for AT&T.  (GigaOM)

Iran has secretly been stockpiling gold and now may own more than the UK.  (ZeroHedge)

My Japanese Small Cap trade gets a shoutout at Clusterstock…  (TBI)

Felix Salmon’s “Don’t Give to Japan” love note goes viral.  (FelixSalmon)

There will be 75 million new retirees soon and only a small pool of experts to serve them.  (WSJFA)

Buffett weighs in on Japanese stocks here.  (beyondbrics)

Barofsky steps down as TARP’s watchdog.  (TBP)

The Weakonomist on whether or not Economics is a science.  (Weakonomics)

Ten Things NCAA Basketball Won’t Say.  (SmartMoney)

Krugman: No, Alan Greenspan doesn’t have the right to opine anymore, his reputation is “pushing up daisies”.  (NYT)

Malcolm Gladwell on the business of beauty.  (NewYorker)

My linkfest for financial advisors is up at WSJ.  (WSJFA)

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