Hot Links: Downgrades Imminent

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Chinese Flash PMI – What, you expected good?  What news are you reading each day?  (PragCap)

SKY News says a Moodys downgrade of some of the biggest banks in the world will happen after the US close tonight.  (Zero Hedge)

The Samsung Galaxy III is coming out – so far the closest to an iPhone-killer we’ve ever seen.  (NYT)

Stocks with “bolting” RSI lines (QCOR, MLNX, CSTR) usually become new market leaders.  (IBD)

Sign of desperation? China lowers the bar for foreign institutions to buy stocks on their local exchanges.  (beyondbrics)

Erik Swarts: We’re still stuck with the QE question, but where are the clues?  (MarketAnthropology)

Jason Kephart on the AMJ ETN shitshow.  I will NEVER buy an ETN as long as I live, I don’t give a fuck what asset class it’s giving me exposure to.  (Investment News)

Crucial stuff from Ivan: “Sooner or later, all trends end. To protect gains you to exit at some point.”  (IvanhoffCapital)

Get in shape, make more money.  (Forbes)

CEO Jeff Weiner tells us where LinkedIn is headed next.  (Fortune)

Emma Stone in Vogue – this is one of those cases where it really comes down to individual taste.  (Vogue)

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




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