Hot Links: Dobbs, Rogers, Dimon & The Cloud


The Cloud for London's 2012 Olympics

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Post of the Day:  Is everyone investing by the seat of their pants?  (AbnormalReturns)

JPMorgan’s Dimon is “helping shape” what the new bank regulation will look like.  (Forbes)

Unfortunately for Dimon, the big banks are probably f@cked if Rep Kanjorski has his way.  (Bloomberg)

Paul Krugman bashes Fox Business.  Can’t believe the most liberal economist isn’t down with the most Republican business channel.  Weird.  (Clusterstock)

LOLFed to AIG’s Benmosche: “Told You This Was The Worst Job Ever!”  (LOLFed)

Jimmy Rogers is bullish…but not on stocks!  (PragCap)

Is Lou Dobbs, post-CNN departure, planning a run for President?  Let’s hope not.  (ZeroHedge)

Wait til you hear about The Cloud they’re building in London for the 2012 Olympics.  Cool.  (InformationAesthetics)

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