Hot Links: Who Won, Orwell or Huxley?

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

As steel mills become casinos and creative destruction takes hold, what are the trades?  (ChessNWine)

“Remember for a second that real people run these companies, and 2 of the world’s largest have decided to part with cash, not stock, in order to gain efficiency or grow faster.”  (DerekHernquist)

The secret world of my fave grocery store chain, Trader Joe’s.  (Fortune)

Mutual fund industry is “shaken up” by the bonds versus stocks inflows.  (Bloomberg)

Brokerage firms that allowed HFT market access now under investigation.  (ZeroHedge)

M&A thus far in 2010, by the numbers.  (TBP)

President Brad Pitt may have executed the CEO of BP over Deepwater Horizon spill.  LOL.  (DailyBeast)

Oregon state government completely out of control: Salaries, headcount, budget deficits etc.  (Mish)

Charles Kirk talks with James Altucher about trading and investing.  (KirkReport)

So did the future turn out more like George Orwell said (1984) or Aldous Huxley (Brave New World)?  (RecombinantRecords)

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