Hot Links: Peak Rocks

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Big news: Marc Faber on China’s latest tightening move to curb real estate mania.  (PragCap)

Australia’s new 40% windfall tax on mining companies like Rio Tinto ($RTZ) and BHP Billiton ($BHP).  (Bloomberg)

Heidi Moore: There is no difference between ‘sophisticated investors’ and ‘Main Street’.  (WaPo)

Barry reminds us to “Honor Thy Stops”.  (TBP)

Delightful – 401(k)’s and IRA’s as murder motive.  (WSJ)

Karl Denninger on why he blogs.  Great post.  (Market-Ticker)

Google ($GOOG) making a run at the online video rental biz, a la Netflix ($NFLX).  (AllThingsD)

Steve Forbes interviews fundamental quant stock picker Louis Navallier.  (Forbes)

A brutal deconstruction of Robert Rubin’s Forrest Gump-like ubiquity during the bubble years.  (FelixSalmon)

Spitzer criticizes Mayor Bloomberg’s support for investment banks.  (NYP)

A shareholder reports back on his pilgrimage to the Berkshire ($BRKB) meeting this year.  (Dealbreaker)

The Austrian School says that too big banks will eventually break themselves up when consumers turn on them.  (Mises.org)

The ‘Peak Rocks’ crisis.  LOL.  (TheOnion)

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