Hot Links: Surprise Bid Posted July 14, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Historic breakthrough in Iran nuclear negotiations and a signed deal (New York Times) JPMorgan beats The Street (Wall Street Journal) Greece: Look on the bright side... (Medium) Here's what Hillary's selling: "The Growth and Fairness" economic plan (Washington Wire) Struggling Micron may get a surprise buyout bid from a state-run China chip co (Barron's) Gundlach vs Morningstar, round 13 (Wall Street Journal) Why skepticism should be your default setting in the presence of investment innovation (MarketWatch) You probably can't learn to be a world class investor - you have it or you don't (A Wealth Of Common Sense) Fahmy on PTJ on Livermore (Joe Fahmy) Morgan Housel on the heirarchy of investor needs (Motley Fool) How CFOs think about the equity risk premium (Rick Ferri) Is currency-hedging helping investors beat international benchmarks? (Indexology) "The SEC has stepped up its enforcement activity across the board. The agency levied more civil penalties in the first half of this fiscal year, October through March, than over any comparable period since at least 2005" (Wall Street Journal) Start investing with us now - check out Liftoff today! (Liftoff) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.June 17, 2010 The China Gold BluffOctober 31, 2011 Rage Against the Machine Plays Occupy Wall StreetMarch 7, 2011 Can Glenn Beck Make the Turn?