Hot Links: The United States of Europe

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

“Oh look, Greece is in default again.”  (TBP)

Facebook just launched an OS-agnostic app store – look out!  (TheNextWeb)

FBI building insider trading cases against 120 people.  It’s going down, y’all.  (WSJ)

Ken Rogoff: Don’t be surprised to see the United States of Europe sometime soon.  (Spiegel)

Somebody big did something stupid in the market yesterday, look at the S&P chart:  (DynamicHedge)

Brian Lund’s ten tips for those losing money in this market.  (bclund)

GMO’s Jeremy Grantham printed his 10 Investing Rules this weekend.  (FranklySpeaking)

What the f*ck is going on in yoga classes?  (NYT)

Don’t expect a heads up from Israel if and when it decides to turn Iran into glass.  (TheAtlantic)

Google+ sucks.  (WSJ)

Erik Swarts checking in on silver as it relates to the risk markets.  (MarketAnthropology)

If you should ever decide to make me pancakes, please make me these pancakes. Thanks.  (Neatorama)

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



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