Hot Links: Fat Tail Scenario

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

An awesome 5-way viewing pane on the current market environment from Jeff.  (StockTradersAlmanac)

Ray Dalio’s fat tail scenario: Why are you people assuming Germany will automatically bail out Europe?  (ZeroHedge)

Barry on all the bullshit “uncertainty” talk.  Please let me know when things will be certain again.  (TBP)

Mark Cuban lets loose on HFTs – “What is the purpose of the stock market?”  (WSJ)

You’d best get accustomed to being wrong, homeboy.  (ZikomoLetter)

Jason Zweig: “Lately I’ve been besieged by press releases telling me about the purportedly distinctive investing views of baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y, the “millennials” and Generation Z…”  (TotalReturn)

Jim Chanos: How to spot value stocks and value traps (full presentation).  (ValueWalk)

Matthew Ingram: Facebook really did a number on Silicon Valley (hat tip Tadas).  (GigaOM)

Harvard researchers developing “human organ on a chip.”  Hope it’s a Cool Ranch Dorito.  (BusinessWeek)

Robert Seawright on the silliness of “safety.”  (Portfolioist)

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



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