Hot Links: Occupational Hazards Posted September 25, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Draghi's dovish comments hit the euro, boost Euro stocks (MarketWatch) Stocks and the dollar can get along, you know (Dragonfly Capital) Goldman sours on the Japan story (Bloomberg) Hedge funds all look remarkably similar this year (CIO) Fixed income desks around Wall Street are becoming "fun sized" in time for Halloween (Bloomberg) India: Can Modi make it rain? (BloombergView) Tom Brakke: What is the half-life of an investment belief? (Research Puzzle) "Rejecting a pattern like the death cross in Russell 2000 on the grounds that it is not a very strong signal based on the past is wishful thinking and a formal logical fallacy since no indicator is sufficient for price action." (Price Action Lab) Michael Lewis on the occupational hazards of working on Wall Street (BloombergView) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.July 5, 2016 QOTD: It’s not a “Lehman Moment”February 21, 2019 Clips From Today’s Halftime ReportMarch 24, 2011 Wall Street's First Social Media Analyst?