Hot Links: Jim Chanos, Steven Seagal & the Zombie ETFs

sausageStuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Abnormal Returns covers the concept of Zombie ETFs…a new development for this industry.  (AbnormalReturns)

Ain’t no party like a RothCap party ’cause a RothCap party don’t stop.  (NYP)

Not all bailout CEOs are created equal: Benmosche (AIG) vs Pandit (Citi).  (BreakoutPerformance)

The league tables for inflation rates throughout history…cool.  (InfectiousGreed)

More Roubini Backlash:  Roubini’s wisdom kept you out of one of the biggest rallies in history.  (Bloomberg)

Hedgie Jim Chanos tried to save the world…but no one would listen.  (Clusterstock)

Six global fast food restaurant concepts headed to the US.  (Fortune)

Tobias Levkovitch makes the case that healthcare spending, not flat screen tv’s, killed the US consumer in this decade.  (Forbes)

FDIC makes it easier for private equity to join the distressed bank assets party.  (NYT)

Dammit…a holdup on the Steven Seagal reality show.  My Tivo is ready regardless.  (Reuters)

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