Hot Links: Where Are They Now


Hot Links For Weekend Reading…

Where are they now?  The financial crisis players (Callan, Fuld, Thain, Prince, O’Neal, Cassano) are caught up with.  (NYT)

Vincent Fernando compares gold to both real estate and then to a Ponzi Scheme…and gets his head handed to him by the peanut gallery.  (Clusterstock)

The definite cultural shift at Morgan Stanley.  (Bloomberg)

Check this out: How much has each major asset class recovered post-Lehman?  Good to know.  (PragCap)

Don’t believe the Obama-hatred hype, handgun orders at Smith & Wesson are collapsing.  (BronteCap)

This is great:  The Wells Fargo VP who spends the weekend chillin’ at the bank’s foreclosed mansions…and throws parties at them.  (LOLFed)

Tim Knight makes a big bold S&P 500 target prediction.  (SlopeOfHope)

Some workable ideas for saving the newspaper industry.  (TBP)

Elmo‘s Mom loses her job.  Tough out there.  (CrossingWallStreet)

Einhorn sticking with his ratings agency short positions.  (MarketFolly)

Signs of a coming sell-off for US stocks.  (CafeAmericain)

Is the little guy getting back into the stock market?  With rates at zero, does he have a choice?  (FundMyMutualFund)

Probably the definitve version of the Barclays/Lehman takeover…but its 10 pages, so don’t make any plans.  (Esquire)


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