Links for your mother.

As you read this, I’m halfway across the country on a Virgin America flight, headed out to Los Angeles, California on business. I’ll be seeing clients of the firm, meeting with advisor colleagues from the West Coast and seeing some friends from the financial web as well. And then it’s on to Vegas, which we’ll discuss later…

In the meantime, here are five good reads for this evening. Happy Mothers Day.

We’re have 35 corrections of 10 percent or more in the Russell small cap index since 2000. Every single time the S&P 500 has also corrected along with it. Until now. (IrrelevantInvestor)

Joe Weisenthal on the sudden craze for peripheral European bonds.  (BusinessInsider)

This is the most fun I’ve had on the web all day – 20 insane things that correlate with each other.  (TylerVigen)

The first excerpt published from “Clash” is the tale of how Martin Zweig made the mother of all market calls.  (New York Post)

Also, thanks to Patrick O’Shaughnessy of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management for his review of the book.  (MillennialInvest)