Hot Links: Into a Brick Wall

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Jeff Saut: Time to buy stocks again.  (PragCap)

Greggy on stocks vs bonds near-term (spoiler alert: bonds should win out).  (DragonflyCapital)

Bobby Sinn agrees, probably not much legs for the rally.  (StockSage)

*** European Suite ***

Europe is driving full-tilt, foot on the pedal, into a brick wall  (Telegraph)

Greeks embrace new myths about life after the euro.  (Reuters)

Mutually assured destruction in the euro zone.  (FT)

What would happen to government bonds in the event of a euro exit.  (SoberLook)

Hollande to Merkel: Girl, you better gimme those eurobonds, forreal tho.  (NYT)

*** End European Suite ***

More than a third of divorce filings last year contained the word “Facebook” in them.  (SmartMoney)

Scott Bleier: It’s very possible that JP’s Whale losses become much larger than anyone suspects.  (iBankCoin)

How Facebook fucked up its own IPO.  (TBP)

Are you ready to start having natural language conversations with your car? You are you little freak, I know it!  (GigaOM)

William Cohan: Nothing great or exciting about working on Wall Street anymore.  (Bloomberg)

Everyone’s going nuts over junk bond ETFs.  Uh oh.  (TBP)

Remember the Long Island stock trader who started a brawl at the upscale NYAC?  He’s so screwed, you guys….  (NYP)

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




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