Hot Links: Still Alive

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

It’s Janet Yellen’s big day in front of congress. Here’s Lil Weezy with a preview:  (BusinessInsider)

Chess: For all the correction talk, the S&P’s streak above its 200-day moving average is still alive.  (iBankCoin)

Don’t look now, but EM stocks are at a two-week high, led by – gasp – Chinese banks!?!  (Bloomberg)

“There is no point in trying to forecast or time the moves of this market using technical analysis at this point.”  (PriceActionLab)

The European stock market love affair continues.  (MoneyBeat)

What if multiples hadn’t expanded in the US stock market last year?  (Avondale)

Let’s talk asset location – 10 ways you might be leaving money on the table.  (WSJ)

Jason Voss: Bubble Hunter  (CFAInstitute)

Alpha is easier to come by in some fund categories and harder in others.  (Morningstar)

Boomers are starting to leave the labor force in droves now.  (Bloomberg)

Facebook changes its newsfeed algo, crushes “viral content” site Upworthy. It just occurred to me that this sentence would have been entirely unintelligible five years ago.  (BusinessInsider)

James Surowiecki: No one cares about your brand anymore.  (NewYorker)

Dumbass.  (NYT)

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