Hot Links: Fetishization

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Yes, the Italians (somehow) got a bond sale done and no, the Chinese didn’t show up yet.  (NYT)

We’re back to the carried interest taxation battle again, have fun Schwartzman.  (DealBook)

Copper paints a bearish picture for markets everywhere, pay attention:  (DragonflyCapital)

A brutal look at the fund of funds – show biz nexus.  (Bloomberg)

Michael Fowke on Warren’s Buffett’s new hire.  (MoneyIsTheWay)

Let’s say it is a double-dip recession, how will it look for the auto industry, housing, employment etc?  (24/7WallStreet)

Carney on the future of media and what it means when bloggers take big money from a corporation.  (NetNet)

Must-Read: Ryan Mallory on the three most important aspects of shorting stocks.  (SlopeOfHope)

Why yes, we are fetishizing startups and founders again.  But this time it’s different.  (NYMag)

Don’t worry Bank of America, you’re still Number One in something…  (LOLFed)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors this morning!  (WSJFA)



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