Hot Links: Charts versus Haters Posted February 6, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Twitter beat earnings last night, the data / charts here: (Business Insider) Europe Weighs the Costs Of Casting Greece Aside (Wall Street Journal) Something economists thought was impossible is happening in Europe (Vox) Late to this, but value investing legend Seth Klarman on what he learned from Buffett is fantastic (Financial Times) Greg Guenthner: When charts disagree with the haters (Midnight Trader) Traditional diversification works better than hedge fund stuff (Servo Wealth) ...but hedge funds are great status symbols. (ETF.com) GoPro: Great product, disastrous stock (Barron's Tech Trader Daily) Fascinating: Deere is selling farmers high-tech tractors that they cannot repair because of all the software (Wired) You want to talk about brass balls? How about an investment advisor who uses his clients money to pay off a class action suit brought by his other clients? (Investment News) "Can ‘wirehouse advisers ever serve as fiduciaries—given the complexity of their payouts?’" - No. (Wall Street Journal) While the S&P 500 was flat from September 2014 through January 2015, Low Volatility Index and Dividend Aristocrats were up 7.83% and 5.57% (Indexology) Why does Bill Gross have a financial advisor? (A Wealth Of Common Sense) All-time high for the MidCap 400 Index - BUT WHAT DOES IT MEAN? (Price Action Lab) Check out Bloomberg's 404 Error message (Bloomberg) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.November 21, 2010 We're Living in a Sexy World…Get Yourself a StoryOctober 12, 2021 Clips From Today’s Halftime ReportSeptember 12, 2010 Ag Plays – The Beans or the Business?