Hot Links: The Last Revolution

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…


And now, the Bailout of Spain. (FT)

All of a sudden, everyone does tactical asset allocation. Sure they do.  (WSJ)

Reinhart & Rogoff return and gently correct political hacks who misunderstand their work.  (TBP)

America has spoken: If you still have a BlackBerry you should probably go kill yourself. Not my words – America’s. (NYT)

Don’t fall out your chair, but Greg Smith’s book about Goldman is mad weak. Duh.  (Dealbreaker)

Meet the Bath Salts Banker of Deutsche Bank. Everyone in Los Angeles is a fucking nut job.  (Bloomberg)

About that new meme going around in econ and political circles that we’ve seen the last industrial revolution. I don’t buy it, personally.  (NYT)

Gentlemen: Some style picks for November.  (GQ)

Another reason to check back in with the Big Bang Theory: Kaley Cuoco’s spread in Esquire Mexico.  (Egotastic)

First excerpt from Chrystia Freeland’s forthcoming The Plutocrats.  (Reuters)

Yesterday I said goodbye to the Financial Adviser blog after two amazing years and over 500 posts.  (WSJFA)

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