Hot Links: Mobilegeddon Posted April 21, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: ECB is now actively studying their ability to stop propping up Greek banks (Bloomberg) Google is rewriting its entire search program to gauge the mobile-friendliness of websites (Wired) ...more on Google's Mobilegeddon (Recode) David Einhorn adds to his short positions, says the market is too expensive are earnings continue to shrink (ValueWalk) Mark Mobius is bearish on US stocks. Yes, he runs an EM fund, shhhh. (CNBC) Oil's rebound is probably a dollar sell-off phenomenon (Dr. Ed's Blog) Cullen weighs in on the weak US econ data, the return of European contagion and the China "bubble" (Pragmatic Capitalism) WTF is going on in Brazil? (beyond BRICs) David Merkel on negative interest rates (Aleph Blog) Bob Seawright: Large financial institutions will struggle now that secrecy is a thing of the past (Above the Market) Which market scenario would frustrate the most people? (Joe Fahmy) Retail Traders Wield Social Media for Investing Fame (Wall Street Journal) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.August 12, 2014 Corporations, Institutions Buy the DipFebruary 26, 2012 Buffett on the Future Leadership of Berkshire HathawayMay 10, 2012 The Business Hoodie, file under 'Things That Will Get You Punched'