Hot Links: Destructive Myths

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

That myth about how Chinese don’t use debt?  You have no idea what’s really going on over there…  (AlsoSprachAnalyst)

Stephen Castellano’s best idea for the week is Footlocker – here’s why:  (Castellano)

Joe: “There is a massive flow of data this week and most of it should be lousy”.  (UpsideTrader)

5 destructive myths about the economic recovery.  (TIME)

How young ladies should dress for business at an investment bank (hint: no shorts).  (EpicureanDealmaker)

Is “fund manager of the decade” Bruce Berkowitz toast?  (Fortune)

An overbought bounce is coming, it will be transitory.  (HumbleStudent)

In case you missed the excellent article on how finance types are using Twitter from this weekend:  (Barrons)

A better theory in practice than Efficient Markets Hypothesis.  (TBP)

The 10 Most Annoying Ways to Start a Sentence.  (BasisPoint)

Who else is psyched to see Nick Broomfield’s secret Sarah Palin documentary?  (LAT)

My daily linkfest for financial advisors is packed with good stuff this morning:  (WSJFA)

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