What I'm reading this morning:
Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…
Europe is a shitshow, with zero-percent GDP growth and the German Bund hitting a 1 percent yield. (
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However, Putin is out there making conciliatory statements about ending the bloodshed in Ukraine. (
Wal-Mart follows the rest of the retailers, slashes its full-year outlook. (
Why Ed Yardeni likes what he sees in S&P 500 revenues. (
MLP investors needn’t fear the Kinder deal’s effect on the sector. (
The Putrid Portfolio – what the worst stocks have in common. (
Pandora couldn’t give half a f*** about the threat from Apple. (
Tell me this Bahamas billionaire fight wouldn’t make a great movie. (
Four bad reasons to sell a fund. (
LOL, Los Angeles city government drowning in Wall Street fees. (
Investors need to avoid FOMO at all costs, even if it feels uncomfortable. (
“The dynamics that produced the rise of active investing to prominence also carried the seeds of its inevitable peaking, to be followed by an increasingly recognizable decline — first in the benefits accruing to clients and then in benefits to practitioners.” ( ) ResearchPuzzle
17 Facts About Warren Buffett And His Wealth That Will Blow Your Mind (
Congrats to former LPL chief strategist (and TRB homeboy) Jeff Kleintop on his new gig at Schwab! (
Carmen Electra still smokin’ hot at the Expendables 3 premiere. (
The new book – Clash of the Financial Pundits – now on sale!
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