Hot Links: Historical Extremes Posted October 14, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: The SPYder takes out the 200-day moving average.... (ETFTrends) ...But should we care? (MarketWatch) What now? (Macro Man) Cam Hui says we could be in the seventh inning of the sell-off (Humble Student) Is it possible (likely?) we're headed for a crash? (A Wealth of Common Sense) JPMorgan's earnings leak out early: (Wall Street Journal) The Fed is finding out how useless its efforts are versus global currency issues (Bloomberg) Lower-vol stock index ETFs are behaving as advertised in the latest correction (Indexology) David Merkel on the Factor Glut (Aleph Blog) Too-Big-to-Fail Banks Face Up to $870 Billion Capital Gap (Bloomberg) Energy-related ETFs Hit Historical Extremes (StockCharts) ICYMI: Beware........it's Correction Twitter! (TRB) Now we know why LPL fired the "Top Financial Advisor in Texas" - the usual. (Investment News) Google's making a big investment in virtual reality (Recode) A rave review for Michael Keaton's comeback film, 'Birdman' (Vulture) Paul Farrell on the possibility of the end of the world by 2047. God I love MarketWatch (MarketWatch) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.September 22, 2016 QOTD: Charley’s HopeNovember 16, 2017 Clips From Today’s Halftime REportAugust 22, 2014 Chart o’ the Day: Have Flat Markets Been Outlawed?