Hot Links: School of Quant

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Greggy: Stocks look like they’re about to win the war versus bonds right here.  (DragonflyCapital)

Super Tuesday is upon us!  10 things to watch for today.  (Politico)

Buy and Hold, like Jay Leno’s career as the most unfunny human being alive, can never die.  (AlephBlog)

Kevin Roose on why banking chiefs shouldn’t tell jokes.  (DealBook)

The Wrath of Putin.  (VanityFair)

…and investors in Russia better take cover.  (beyondbrics)

“the Kindle Fire has grown to 33 percent of tablet traffic in January, up from 20 percent in December and 4 percent in November when it launched.” (GigaOM)

Inside the School of Quants.  (FT)

Mexico can sell all the debt it wants at low interest rates while Europe sucks an egg.  (beyondbrics)

Jeff Matthews: No, Bill gates is not Warren Buffett’s successor as CEO of Berkshire.  (JeffMatthews)

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



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