Hot Links: Stealing the Train Posted November 12, 2014 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Epic WSJ piece mapping out where the clusters of bad brokers are - high overlap with rich retiree communities (Wall Street Journal) Inexplicably, we're still subsidizing fossil fuels with $550 billion a year (Bloomberg) I don't understand why Yahoo shareholders are looking to AOL as a savior. (Reuters) Stock Returns After Periods of Above Average Performance (A Wealth Of Common Sense) On Warren Buffett's Great Train Robbery (Bloomberg) Wait til you read this whacked out piece about Forex Boiler Rooms (Bloomberg) Jon Markman on how Japan could propel the S&P 500 to 2500 (Yahoo Finance) Corporate balance sheets are absurdly flush with cash (Stefan Cheplick) Another Murder Hole empire crumbles back into the dirt (Investment News) "the stock market is waiting for more bad news to rise further because all the possible good news is already discounted." (Price Action Lab) Steve Cohen is going to be just fine. (Dealbreaker) Wall Street loves Hilary (Politico) 12 books Elon Musk thinks you should read (Farnam Street) Jesus. (http://pagesix.com/2014/11/11/kim-kardashian-shows-off-her-bootyful-bare-behind/?utm_campaign=SocialFlow&utm_source=P6Twitter&utm_medium=SocialFlow) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.April 16, 2009 Market Recap: Bulls on the Loose, Google in the On Deck CircleAugust 22, 2016 Economic Stimulus or Corporate Welfare? You tell me.January 17, 2012 Robosigning Credit Cards: The Next Major Bank Scandal?