Hot Links: The Tip Off

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

John Hussman: At this point, it’s the bondholders versus the people.  (HussmanFunds)

Fred Wilson: The US Postal Service as microcosm for our unemployment crisis.  (AVC)

Firing Carol Bartz doesn’t change the fact that Yahoo’s still a mess.  (Fortune)

August ETF rundown: “The number of ETFs averaging more than $1 billion in daily trading activity (the Billion Dollar Club) doubled to twenty and accounted for more than 73% of all ETP dollars traded.”  (InvestWithanEdge)

Dr Phil: 9/11 still influences markets to this day.  (PhilPearlman)

Casey Mulligan: The younger the worker, the harder they were hit by the recession.  (Economix)

Erik Swarts: Well, if you guys are all gonna be bears now…  (MarketAnthropology)

This is great – some financial innovations that aren’t going to make it.  (HumbleStudent)

Throw away your other recession comparisons, this European stuff makes 2011 its own animal.  (AlsoSprachAnalyst)

Separating signals from noise in the markets.  (TBP)

Did Standard & Poor’s tip off a few bond firms about their historic US downgrade?  (WSJ)

Meet Gary Foster, the legally blind Citigroup VP who embezzled $22 million from the bank.  (NYP)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors.  (WSJFA)


What's been said:

Discussions found on the web
  1. good quality cheap wigs commented on Sep 18

    … [Trackback]

    […] Find More on to that Topic: […]