Hot Links: Distressed Posted February 3, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Greece's new finance minister made a reasonable proposal and markets love it (Bloomberg) Goldman: CapEx will see its first annual decline since 2009 (MoneyBeat) WTI Crude reclaims $50 a barrel (Business Insider) "You haven't had an industry this large become this distressed since the banking crisis" (CNBC) Hulbert: Sell signal flashed for Dow Theory guys (MarketWatch) Eddy: The Stock Market Likes It Boring (Crossing Wall Street) Turns out there really is some benefit to paying attention to analyst rankings (Institutional Investor) How a strengthening dollar acts as a magnet for capital to US markets (Indexology) So how many people ended up watching the Super Bowl? A lot. (New York Times) What will Amazon do with the RadioShacks it plans on purchasing? (Bloomberg) Stephen Schwarzman to young finance workers: “This is not Silicon Valley, where failure is an option” (DealBook) Google vs Uber (makes popcorn) (Bloomberg) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.March 1, 2011 Grant Snider: Monsters of My TwentiesJune 27, 2010 The Truth About Your Email DomainAugust 20, 2009 Where Does the Money Go for US Consumers?