Hot Links: Trying Really HardPosted October 7, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: German econ data sucks, the whole thing is sinking. (Business Insider) Is Soda the next GTAT? (Zero Hedge) Spoofing is the hot new trend amongst those who investigate HFT manipulation (DealBook) A 52-week low for international stocks. That was easy. (Dana Lyons) Mohamed El-Erian: Don't throw in the towel on Emerging Markets just yet (Bloomberg View) Jesse Livermore: The powers that be may be about to kill Bitcoin (Philosophical Economics) The real reason Bitcoiners should be worried (Quartz) Gold looks like ass. (MarketWatch) The secret to Thomas Dorsey's success (MarketWatch) On the difference between performance taking and performance seeking (Rick Ferri) There's more than meets the eye to CalPERS' decision to jettison hedge funds. (Morningstar) LinkedIn's Dan Roth is being called the "Most Powerful Editor in Business News". Okay then. (Digiday) The Great Wage Slowdown of the 21st Century (Upshot) Mercedes-Benz announces it's best month of all time (Wall Street Journal) Flipkart, the Alibaba of India, is trying really hard you guys. (MoneyBeat) LOL - one in six Americans thinks Alan Greenspan still runs the Federal Reserve (Wall Street Journal) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.April 19, 2017 Hot Links: Gushing BillionsMay 1, 2017 Hot Links: Swinging for the FencesApril 20, 2017 Hot Links: O’Really?