Hot Links: The Head of the Snake

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

NATO goes after “the head of the snake” in Libya this weekend, misses.  (DebkaFile)

Bill Gross versus the $9.3 trillion Treasury market.  Gangsta.  (Bloomberg)

Reverse head-and-shoulders on the S&P and a possible target.  (AllStarCharts)

Meet the brokerage firm branch manager, a lovable if delusional Wall Street type.  (IheartWallStreet)

Chatter that corn prices could see $12 a bushel this year.  Whoa.  (IndianaGrainCo)

Contrary to what you may have heard, QE has not quite killed the dollar.  Now what?  (TheArmoTrader)

What’s next for Google?  How about Inferred Search aka clairvoyance?  (CDixon)

David Stockman’s op-ed on the reality of taxes and debt is must-read in case you missed it.  (NYT)

Shocker: The head of trading firm Glencore is a misogynist.  No way!  (Guardian)

Congrats to The Business Insider on their new headquarters.  (BusinessInsider)

So they’re opening these little pop-up web casinos in Florida strip malls.  (BusinessWeek)

Sorkin: Does Warren Buffett delegate too much at Berkshire?  (NYT)

Gold, silver, advertising stocks and more!  My daily linkfest for financial advisors:  (WSJFA)



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