Hot Links: Betting Against the Future Posted April 28, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Apple reports another monster quarter, some eye-popping stats via Eddy (Crossing Wall Street) The charts from Apple's latest data dump are even more impressive (Quartz) Brian White goes full bulltard on Apple, Apple Watch, Tim Cook's abs, etc. (Bloomberg) Americans Aren't Miserable Enough for the Bull Market in Stocks to End (Bloomberg) Morgan Stanley analysts' takeaways from the Facebook and Google reports (Benzinga) Twitter's earnings report tonight should bring out all the usual drama queens (Recode) Grexit has become consensus, followed by Greco-Teutonic make-up sex fiesta (Reuters) Growth and momentum faves were disproportionately hit in yesterday's selloff (Joe Fahmy) Greggy: The technicals say Shanghai is not done going up (Dragonfly Capital) Edward Luce on how buybacks are a bet against the future (Financial Times) Your current clients are more important than your future clients - because they ARE your future clients (A Wealth Of Common Sense) Adam Grimes has five steps to establish an investment or trading process (Adam Grimes) How much wealth we grow up with helps shape our personalities in important ways (The Atlantic) Blur is back. Trust me, kids, this is cool. (The Atlantic) Check out our automated investment service, Liftoff! (Liftoff) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.February 4, 2014 Can Anyone Break the “Expectations” Treadmill?April 26, 2011 The Goat: Charts Don't Lie, People DoApril 25, 2011 Where Have All the Brokers Gone?