Hot Links: Terrible Advice Posted April 23, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Facebook's earnings last night - great engagement, big expenses (Business Insider) GM earnings miss, blame is on dollar / int'l weakness (CNBC) Flash Crash trader appears in court, opposes extradition to the US (DealBook) Matt Levine in defense of quote spoofing. It's basically harmless good fun that could maybe sometimes wreck the entire capital market (Bloomberg View) Quite an accusation here - were the Clintons involved in influence peddling for the Russians (New York Times) Morgan Housel: Terrible Advice I Hope Young People Ignore (Motley Fool) Investors have driven down the cost of mutual funds by 15% over the last five years (Morningstar) Rick Ferri on how to interpret SPIVA data on fund performance persistence (Indexology) Six more reasons why the average investor underperforms (Aleph Blog) Can Symphony unseat Bloomberg as The Street's trader messaging system? (Institutional Investor) Carl Sagan’s Bullshit Detection Kit (The Big Picture) "There are those who provide liquidity to the blogosphere and the plagiarists who remove liquidity by discouraging their victims to offer new ideas." (Price Action Lab) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.February 6, 2022 Batnick in Barron’s!April 24, 2017 Clips From Today’s Halftime ReportAugust 8, 2017 Nope.