Hot Links: And the Crowd Goes Wild!

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

The 17-nation Euro Zone reports GDP growth of 0.0%.  And the crowd goes wild!  (MarketBeat)

Michael Gayed on the prospects for another summer crash.  (MarketWatch)

Joel Greenblatt: If you can’t pick stocks then buy an index, and if you’re going to buy an index – for god’s sake pick the right index.  (ValueWalk)

Re: the Greek Exit, a great bit of historical context for you to consider.  (Alhambra)

The original JP Morgan is doubtless rolling in his grave right now.  (BusinessWeek)

The Facebook IPO is just fine, thankyouverymuch, the range is being lifted.  (DealBook)

David Tepper buys a ton of Apple in Q1 and adds new stakes in Citigroup and Bank of America.  (BusinessInsider)

Tadas: Treat investing like a business.  (AbnormalReturns)

David Merkel: We’re at a crossroads.  (AlephBlog)

Now what for the stock market?  (UpsideTrader)

Bobby: Social media is great for traders except when it isn’t, how to reduce the noise level.  (StockSage)

Does frequent performance reporting make investors fixate on returns more or less?  (NerdsEyeView)

Fowke sounds like he’s at the end of his rope.  That’s right where they want him.  (MoneyIsTheWay)

How about an HBO show about 80’s bond traders.  And what if Rob Riggle, Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell are involved?  (Deadline)

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



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