Hot Links: Death by Gold Posted September 18, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: The Fed is in absolutely no rush to raise rates. (New York Times) Yardeni: Sorry, there's no inflation anywhere (Dr. Ed's Blog) Joe: Gold looks like death (Business Insider) Brett Arends piles on to the CalPERS hedge fund story (MarketWatch) A thousand new hedge funds opened over the last 12 months as another thousand closed. It's the circle of life, Simba. (HedgeWeek) "Why do greedy hedge funds all of a sudden care so much about bread sticks?" LOL (Salon) Seth Klarman: "We Are Recreating The Markets Of 2007" (Zero Hedge) The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings (Boston Globe) 10 conglomerates that could be the next activist targets (MarketWatch) Narendra Modi is the new rock star PM (TIME) Insiders are going to be able to sell up to $8 billion worth of Alibaba tomorrow (Wall Street Journal) Wild con artist story uncovered by Roddy Boyd (SIRF) Sue your broker and these days he might sue you back. (DealBook) VC Fred Wilson is growing concerned about his startups' burn rates (A VC) Australian counter-terror authorities swoop in and stop a beheading plot in the nick of time (Bloomberg) Terry Gilliam's back with a new dystopian film about whatever shred of privacy we might have left being taken away (Wired) Imagine you're at the beach and Candice Swanepoel is the lifeguard (Daily Mail) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.June 10, 2013 the thing about that Apple developers conference…October 12, 2012 Whither the Spoiled Children of Finance?November 5, 2012 Can Academics Mess With Your Investment Strategy?