Hot Links: The New Greece

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

What are you wearing to the Facebook IPO roadshow? It begins next week.  (Bloomberg)

The Eurozone Core is now infected, PMIs come in like dead bodies for Germany, Netherlands etc.  (FTAlphaville)

Eurosis is back, Euro unemployment breaks 12-year record.  (Zero Hedge)

Marshall Auerbach: Spain is the New Greece.  (CreditWritedowns)

“For *&%@’s sake, tax me more already,” says Steven King.  (DailyBeast)

David Merkel reviews the Abnormal Returns book.  (AlephBlog)

Inside Aubrey McLendon’s Chesapeake Energy hedge fund.  (Reuters)

Brian Lund on finding inspiration from near-death experiences.  (bclund)

Katie Rosman: Teens and Tweens saying bye bye to Facebook, too many parents around (hmmm, didn’t I predict this?).  (WSJ)

New study on M&A: “the National Bureau of Economic Research found that following an acquisition the stock of that company tends to underperform shares of similar companies by 50% for the next three years.”  (Fortune)

Here’s that exchange between David Einhorn and management that crushed the stock of Herbalife yesterday.  (MarketBeat)

Charlie Gasparino: Obama’s going to nail Blankfein or Fuld by October to win the election.  (HuffPo)

LOL, Goldman has a job opening for a social media manager.  They need to work on their Squidder accounts and Conflict of Pinterest boards.  (Business Insider)

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



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