Hot Links: Enough with the Platitudes

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Not sure if we should trust this morning’s market bounce…  (TBP)

Facebook looks like it’ll break the offering price this morning as underwriters give up.  Great work, give everyone involved a bonus.  (BusinessInsider)

The fiscal cliff thing is going to lead to a lot of indecision.  (CNNMoney)

The run on Spanish banks is very real.  (PragCap)

China is choking on iron ore, they’re turning ships away at the dock.  (AlsoSprachAnalyst)

Speaking of China – the bureaucrats are getting nervous…  (NYT)

Invictus: The thing about syndicate is that if you can get it, you probably don’t want it.  (TBP)

Core Europe to the Greeks: If you elect Tsipras, we turn off the euros.  (BusinessInsider)

Eddy: You can pretty much skip Facebook stock entirely.  (CrossingWallStreet)

Enough with the platitudes – some truth for the grads of 2012.  (GOOD)

You will be judged or you will be ignored. Up to you.  (SethsBlog)

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



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