Hot Links: The Last Revolution

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

VIKRAM PANDIT STEPS DOWN AS CITIGROUP CEO, SAYS WILL SPEND MORE TIME WITH HIS MONEY  (BusinessWire)

And now, the Bailout of Spain. (FT)

All of a sudden, everyone does tactical asset allocation. Sure they do.  (WSJ)

Reinhart & Rogoff return and gently correct political hacks who misunderstand their work.  (TBP)

America has spoken: If you still have a BlackBerry you should probably go kill yourself. Not my words – America’s. (NYT)

Don’t fall out your chair, but Greg Smith’s book about Goldman is mad weak. Duh.  (Dealbreaker)

Meet the Bath Salts Banker of Deutsche Bank. Everyone in Los Angeles is a fucking nut job.  (Bloomberg)

About that new meme going around in econ and political circles that we’ve seen the last industrial revolution. I don’t buy it, personally.  (NYT)

Gentlemen: Some style picks for November.  (GQ)

Another reason to check back in with the Big Bang Theory: Kaley Cuoco’s spread in Esquire Mexico.  (Egotastic)

First excerpt from Chrystia Freeland’s forthcoming The Plutocrats.  (Reuters)

Yesterday I said goodbye to the Financial Adviser blog after two amazing years and over 500 posts.  (WSJFA)

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