Hot Links: Being Blunt

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Goldman Sachs crushes Q2 earnings.  (BusinessInsider)

What If Bernanke Could Be Blunt?  (WashingtonWire)

Neil Irwin: I’m starting a hedge fund. Here’s the plan.  (Wonkblog

“Of 250 industry insiders from dozens of financial companies who responded to questions — traders, portfolio managers, investment bankers, hedge fund professionals, financial analysts, investment advisers, among others — 23 percent said that ‘they had observed or had firsthand knowledge of wrongdoing in the workplace.’”  (DealBook)

Roddy Boyd busts the doors down on a fake hedge fund that might even be a fraud.  (SIRF)

So you want to play solar stocks via ETF…  (ETFtrends)

“Tesla CEO Musk morphs from Tony Stark to Henry Ford”  (Bloomberg)

Mike Harris: Don’t believe the stock-bond correlation hype.  (PriceActionLab)

Wendy’s: No, we’re not trying to trick your mind with our corporate logo.  (HuffPo)

Jerry Khachoyan: Gold’s chart still looks like ass.  (ArmoTrader)

Taleb dropping all kinds of knowledge and inspirational quotes in the perfect place for that – Facebook.  (BusinessInsider)

The surprise pizza party that will bring a tear to your eye.  (DailyDot)

Don’t miss The Takeaway, my daily linkfest for financial advisors (InvestmentNews)

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