Hot Links: Profit from the Slump Posted March 12, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: The big banks got their stress test results from the Fed last night - who's hot and who's not? (Wall Street Journal) How Big Oil Is Profiting From the Slump (Bloomberg) Shake Shack blows its first quarter as a public company - or sets the table with reasonable expectations (Quartz) Andy Thrasher: The U.S. Equity Chart I’m Watching Right Now (AThrasher) Alibaba investing in Snapchat at a $15 billion valuation (Bloomberg) Currency-hedged Europe is the most crowded ETF trade (ETF.com) Matthew Ingram on why Gigaom died (too respectable? too much VC pressure?) (Columbia Journalism Review) BlackRock’s Fink, McKinsey Lead Group Fighting Wall Street Myopia (Wall Street Journal) Ray Dalio on the Power of Not Knowing (Institutional Investor) Bill Bernstein: Rule No. 1 Is Stick To Your Plan (ETF.com) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.May 15, 2011 Dominique Strauss-Kahn's MugshotNovember 18, 2010 Meet QuadroidJune 22, 2015 How are Active Managers Beating the Market? By Taking More Risk.