Hot Links: Pussyfooting


Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Mario Draghi is probably bluffing about the ECB being “all in.”  (NakedCapitalism)

But the ECB may be thinking the unthinkable – the mega-print could be five weeks away.  (Reuters)

What is the Draghi Point? ” This is the point where if promises are backed by solid action good things will happen but if they are not, hell may break loose.”  (PriceActionLab)

The Fed is “at the end of their rope” and “you can’t rule anything out.”  Great.  (Bloomberg)

Forget your cost basis, because all good investment decisions are forward-thinking.  (AlephBlog)

Get ready for the next wave of Apple products as the company begins sourcing components.  (AllThingsD)

Bill Gross’s latest: “Cult Figures”  (PIMCO)

Lil Weezy: Corporations selling bonds at checking account rates.  (BusinessInsider)

Heidi Moore: NBC’s Olympic hubris is downright Wall Street-esque.  (Marketplace)

The truth about this election is that there’s little either party can do at this point.  (Politico)

The US Postal Service is on the verge of collapse, will miss a $5 billion debt payment to the Federal government this week.  (247WallStreet)

Why is Microsoft pussyfooting around in their virtualization battle with VMWare?  (InformationWeek)

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





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