Hot Links: On the Verge of Giving Up


Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Four Years Later: Wall Street stocks since the fall of Bear.  (DealBook)

Apple prolly sells 12 million new iPads this quarter.  (AllThingsD)

Brilliant:  “Every British taxpayer is to receive a personal statement detailing exactly how their taxes are being spent”  (WSJ)

Barry on why Apple should buy Twitter.  (TBP)

Howard on the Apple Dividend: Yay old people!  (HowardLindzon)

European Commission brands ETFs that use leverage or derivatives as Shadow Banking Entities.  (FTAlphaville)

Seth: Being messy on the internet could yield some fun and notable results.  (SethsBlog)

One side effect of zero percent interest rates forever – money markets are waiving fees to the tune of $5.2 billion last year alone.  (TotalReturn)

Disney’s John Carter disaster – a $200 million writedown.  (24/7WallSt)

James Altucher on the only people who make money in the stock market.  (AltucherConfidential)

A promotion for someone named Jeffrey Bunzel has Michael Fowke on the verge of just giving up.  (MoneyistheWay)

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





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