Hot Links: Disrobing the Emperor Posted September 17, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Bill Gross is levering up with futures contracts. Big time. (Bloomberg) Nelson Peltz: Break up DuPont now! (Wall Street Journal) Goldman: Mainland Chinese investors are gonna snap up Hong Kong stocks like gangbusters (Bloomberg) Calpers Shows Masters of Hedge-Fund Universe Have No Clothes (Wall Street Journal) Only 2% of hedge funds actually earn their fees. (MarketWatch) Every hedge fund has its excuse. But you don't get to make excuses when you charge people 2 and 20. (A Wealth of Common Sense) Facebook is hiding something potentially important about where it's getting ad revenue from (Business Insider) You can't feed a family with GDP (Upshot) Noah Smith: Credit gets you a TV, not economic growth (Bloomberg View) Russia remains uninvestible and the very worst place to be a billionaire. (Business Insider) How are global fund managers currently positioned? (Fat Pitch) Jason Zweig on Alibaba's IPO: To buy or not to buy (MoneyBeat) There are almost no deep value stocks left (Millennial Invest) Greg Harmon assesses the run in Chinese stocks. Assesses is a hilarious word. (Dragonfly Capital) JC takes a look at the energy sector (All Star Charts) Small caps are killing portfolios this year (Crossing Wall Street) Congrats to Jason on the re-launch of his site. Bookmark this shit. (Jason Zweig) Which new fall shows should you give a shot to? (Wired) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.January 1, 2020 IthakaMay 15, 2017 Clips From Today’s Halftime ReportJuly 20, 2016 Chart o’ the Day: Is this it?