Hot Links: “Great Quarter, Guys”

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

What to make of a Shanghai Composite that simply cannot stop crashing?  (GlobalMacroMonitor)

Massive call from Goldman: Buy Europe, sell the US.  (BusinessInsider)

Mike Harris on why the RSI shouldn’t matter to equity investors.  (PriceActionLab)

Brian Cronin: The View from Germany.  (Alhambra)

The death of the daily deal business. That was quick!  (NYT)

LOL – “Great quarter, guys.”  A new indicator.  (HeardOnTheStreet)

Five Myths About Glass-Steagall.  (TheAmerican)

Jim Bianco on “stocks for the long-run.”  (TBP)

UBS shows us which countries really benefited from the euro scheme.  (BusinessInsider)

David Blair on the investing-golf connection.  (CrosshairsTrader)

The race to the bottom is a sucker’s game.  (SethsBlog)

Julian on the right way to do the retail mortgage business.  (TheBasisPoint)

Go-private talks between Best Buy and its founder ave broken down apparently, now what?  (Reuters)

K-Pop is now a huge, global phenomenon…but the artists aren’t necessarily participating financially.  (TheEconomist)

Hilarious run of WTF signs.  (TheChive)

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

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