Hot Links: Apocalypse Soon

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Cullen Roche: “In many ways the market has a 2008 feel to it.”  (PragCap)

Todd Sullivan: Blah blah blah, there’s always a recession coming.  (ValuePlays)

Linda Stern on how to vet a financial advisor.  (Reuters)

Investment capital is flying out of emerging markets funds.  (beyondbrics)

Krugman on Europe: Apocalypse fairly soon.  (NYT)

“The current economic recovery remains in sharp contrast to any other expansion of the post-war period, and is now showing definitive signs of petering out once more.”  (PragCap)

Cam Hui’s Asset Inflation-Deflation Trend Model flashes a sell signal.  (HumbleStudent)

Brian Lund: Knowing when the market has bottomed is about “feel.”  (bclund)

10 life-channging decisions we make without thinking.  (AltucherConfidential)

Felix Salmon on the dueling stories of Greece and Facebook this week.  (Reuters)

Howard: If information is food, then the stuff i-banks crank out is junk food.  (HowardLindzon)

Mike Harris’s warning to financial bloggers.  (PriceActionLab)

Paul Kedrosky: Everyone’s obsessed over the Facebook IPO because they think they understand the company.  (Wired)

The Jamie Dimon saga reminds us that there’s nothing so special about the corporate CEO.  (BigThink)

Kevin Roose’s Pinterest board of things Pinterest is worth more than.  (Pinterest)

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



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