Hot Links: Keyboards, Phones & the Battle of Bosworth

Great Links for Sunday Reading…

Starting out trading?  Don’t resist the urge to smash a keyboard or two (I’ve actually smashed monitors, guys).  (SMBTraining)

Peter Goodman on The New Poor – middle class jobless who are on public assistance.  (NYT)

If you see a money guy on TV, he is talking his book.  (AbnormalReturns)

Wanna see where all the bankers scurried off to when MER, LEH, BSC went bye bye?  (InfectiousGreed)

The truth about Russia as an investment and why their billionaires are pulling money out.  (UpsideTrader)

Google ($GOOG) is now licensed as an energy trader.  You’ll be pledging allegiance to them soon.  (Mashable)

Shakespeare/history buffs get excited: the actual field where Richard fought Henry in the Battle of Bosworth has been identified.  (TheHistoryBlog)

This gets my vote for Blog Post Title of 2010 so far…  (JrDeputyAcct)

Insuring muni bonds?  Good luck with that, says Buffett.  (Bloomberg)

The 10 Most Pop Culturally Relevant Phones (including the Jersey Shore duck phone).  (Flavorwire)

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