Hot Links: Mindblowing Posted January 28, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Apple's earnings were insane last night (LA Times) Some of the highlight's of Apple's report, mindblowing stuff. (MoneyBeat) Apple's China strategy is really paying off now (NY Times) Greek stocks - especially banks - now in freefall as confrontation with lenders looms (Bloomberg) ...Bob Shiller: Yeah, but you should be buying Greek stocks anyway. (Bloomberg) The Shake Shack IPO sees an uptick in pricing (Business Insider) Jeff Gundlach pitches gold at the Inside ETFs conference because it yields more than Swiss sovereign bonds, LOL (Barron's) Morgan Stanley's CEO says the Fed will raise rates this year. Too bad his chief economist says March 2016. (Bloomberg) In 2006, James Montier identified nine "perfect" value investors. They haven't earned their keep vs an index almost a decade later. (Advisor Perspectives) The Dow should be rallying more from falling oil, but it's not. (MarketWatch) A non-consensus view on the cloud (hint: the phrase "wave of failures" is used) (Beyond Proxy) Would Keynes Have Been Fired as a Money Manager Today? (A Wealth Of Common Sense) Five Things We Learned at Inside ETFs (ETFdb) Looks like we got ourselves a ballgame (TRB) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.July 18, 2012 Broker o' the Day: Meet the UBS Window-SmasherAugust 1, 2017 Clips From Today’s Halftime ReportSeptember 18, 2019 Did negative-yielding debt peak?