Hot Links: Chill Out

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Binyamin Appelbaum, who covers the Fed for the New York Times, says no December taper.  (NYT)

Even if you’re a bull you might want to chill out at these market levels.  (DynamicHedge)

Au Contraire! says Professor Siegel – the market is still 10-15% undervalued. LOL, people are going to flip out on him today.  (AdvisorPerspectives)

Morgan Housel has written the definitive post about bubbles – stay humble when calling them or dismissing them.  (MotleyFool)

Tom Brakke’s latest Prudent Fiduciary note is must-read for money management pros.  (ResearchPuzzle)

Where the f*** are all the stock splits?  (WSJ)

Banks are trying to spike the Volcker Rule at the last minute.  (DealBook)

If hedge funds want to push some stocks up into year-end, these are the names they might use:  (iBankCoin)

Bank of America is using technology, not branches, to maintain its nation-leading deposit base of $1.2 trillion.  (MotleyFool)

Large institutions are increasingly taking their trades “upstairs” and away from the algos.  (WSJ)

10 Ultra Luxury Properties in Foreclosure  (ZeroHedge)

Trend Alert: Are beards becoming acceptable on Wall Street?  (NYT)

My book, Backstage Wall Street, available at Amazon

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