Hot Links: Europe is Saved

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Europe is saved. Maybe.  (Telegraph)

12 major dividend hikes expected before year-end 2012.  (247WallStreet)

Jared Woodard: Sorry, the Vix doesn’t care who’s watching.  (CondorOptions)

How about a new ETF for junior MLPs? Is that even a thing? Yeah, I don’t know, starting to lose it here…  (IndexUniverse)

Wall Street needs a new admiral in the War on Regulation now that Dimon’s been whaled.  (Bloomberg)

Meet Revel Systems, the company that turns iPads into point-of-sale tools for restaurants and grocery stores.  (GigaOM)

Bob Janjuah still stark raving mad: “Risk-off effective immediately and your pet will probably be kidnapped on the morrow.”  (ZeroHedge)

This is actually crazier than we thought: Secret meetings were held every two months by Libor banks with no minutes, records or even names kept. I don’t think I can do this anymore.  (Bloomberg)

Todd Akin: Please forgive me for saying what I really think out loud about rape and women’s reproductive systems.  (Politico)

How about a Kevin Costner comeback?  (Deadline)

Bill Gates wants to reinvent the toilet. This might be my last linkfest for awhile.  (HBR)

Henry Rollins: Three Rules to Be an Artist/Entrepreneur.  (BigThink)

Ever wonder what goes on with your body while you’re sleeping?  Answered!  (BrainPickings)

Here are the girls Leo DiCaprio has dated, click over and then kill yourself.  (TheChive)

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


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