Hot Links: Revenge Hedge

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

World Bank slashes China, East Asian growth outlook. (Bloomberg)

Michael Pettis debates the China bulls on their three major arguments for optimism.  (ChinaFinancialMarkets)

Paul Krugman: The Truth About Jobs.  (NYT)

How margin debt, poor position sizing and emotion can screw up a good investment.  (PriceActionLab)

Derek Hernquist’s piece on gauging market breadth is must-read for traders and investors.  (DerekHernquist)

Kevin Ferry: Welcome to the Land of the Nihilists.  (ContrarianCorner)

Apple has become the 800 pound gorilla of patent trolling and it’s wrecking the techonomy.  (NYT)

The only earthling with a Facebook dislike button.  (BusinessWeek)

Believe it or not, the Ryan – Biden debate might actually matter, besides being an awesome spectacle for people who enjoy trainwrecks.  (Politico)

Thanks to the Internet, simply not knowing things is no longer acceptable. (SethsBlog)

Cantor Fitzgerald’s CEO goes to war with his Hamptons neighbors, with a revenge hedge (which is exactly what it sounds like).  (NYP)

Your Fall 2012 mixtape is now available.  (ConsequenceOfSound)

They did a real-life Cannonball Run in Ireland and the hottest girls in the country showed up.  (TheChive)

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

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