Hot Links: So Old School Posted March 2, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: A Dozen Things Taught by Warren Buffett in his 50th Anniversary Letter that will Benefit Ordinary Investors (25iq) Tim Duy: The Fed is basically telling the asset markets that "punks jump up to get beat down." (Economist's View) "Nasdaq has big, mature companies with room to grow more, trading in a market that has been appropriately cautious." (MarketWatch) "American workers are finally getting something they haven’t had in a long time — a raise." (Crossing Wall Street) The Suddenly Hot Job Market for Workers Over 50 (Money) 8 ways millennials are very different from their parents, in terms of what they want (Wonkblog) The media does have a significant effect on the way investors allocate their portfolios (ETF.com) Making financial decisions using the process of elimination (A Wealth of Common Sense) SEC plans to level playing field for newer ETF firms (Reuters) Bob Veres: The inspection of investment advisers doesn't have to cost a fortune and take forever (Financial Planning) Some leaked screenshots of the FT's online redesign (Business Insider) How Dennis Kozlowski lays low (DealBook) '60 Minutes' took a f***ing 2x4 to the side of Lumber Liquidators last night. (CBS News) Russia so old school (Wall Street Journal) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.November 21, 2010 "Expert Networks" and Other Wall Street EuphemismsMay 2, 2020 This Week on TRBApril 5, 2009 Where Do Shopping Malls Go When They Die?