Hot Links: Making Good Decisions Posted February 24, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Stifel is buying AL-based broker Sterne Agee for a buck fifty. (Fortune) Huge announcement between First Solar and SunPower (Barron's Tech Trader) I have a quote in this USA Today piece about Obama vs the brokerage model (USA Today) "I have to admit something – I’ve become thoroughly bored with all the coverage of Greece " - yeah, me too, Cullen (Pragmatic Capitalism) "Since last summer, the Shanghai Composite Index has trounced world markets and risen over 60 percent. What gives?" (Market Anthropology) Goldman: Shake Shack is too pricey to invest in here (Business Insider) Struggling stock pickers blame the Fed, Part 94 (Bloomberg) Earnings season, ex-Apple, was not as good as you thought (Advisor Perspective) The biggest hurdles facing Twitter as it attempts to monetize and grow (TechCrunch) Observations From a Decade in the Investment Business (A Wealth of Common Sense) Why don't we make good investment decisions? (Irrelevant Investor) Financial bloggers are bullish. Does it matter? (editors note: not if they don't actually manage any money) (Fat Pitch) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.April 6, 2015 Brian Gilmartin: The 4 Big Traits of Our Bull MarketJuly 23, 2020 What every worker needs to know about stock based compensationDecember 27, 2013 Chart o’ the Day: What’s Ahead for the “Poor Dumb Bastards”?