Hot Links: Market Tops, Contract Cities and Henry Hudson Set Adrift

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Jeff Macke wants back on CNBC.  Badly.  (Dealbreaker)

Maywood, CA (population 28,000) fires all government employees and becomes a 100% contract city.  (Mish)

Barbarian Capital takes a look at an interesting upcoming IPO.  (DavianLetter)

The Chicago School’s Casey Mulligan says a bit of inflation may be just the medicine we need.  (Economix)

A Blistering Ride Through Hell: Don’t look at this roundup of housing charts on an empty stomach.  (HousingStory)

The latest on the Tesla Motors IPO.  (earth2tech)

Richard Russell: “This is one of the largest stock market tops in history.”  (PragCap)

China’s going to get involved in credit derivatives.  So you know, should be fun.  (ProfessorPinch)

On this day in history, Henry Hudson’s crew stages a mutiny and sets the captain and his son adrift, never to be heard from again.  (LittleBitsOfHistory)

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