Hot Links: Pump-and-Dump Posted July 22, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Wall Street weighs in on Apple's quarterly report (Business Insider) Apple hasn't given us a single data point on the watch (Recode) Jeff Currie (Goldman) is talking about sub-$1000 gold. (MarketWatch) Hedge funds are getting ready for the next big short: Junk bond ETFs (Wall Street Journal) China’s looming stock market disaster is part 1929 America, part 1989 Japan (Quartz) How Badly Has The Fed Been Punishing Savers? (A Wealth Of Common Sense) It's pretty easy to replicate a hedge fund portfolio with ETFs (Indexology) Dollar-weighted returns tell a dismal story about how Hussman investors have fared (Aleph Blog) Commodities have become a bottomless pit across the board (Bloomberg) Pump-and-dump dirtbags in Florida arrested for the JPMorgan hack (USA Today) Yahoo has absolutely no idea what to do with itself. Mayer's talking about refocusing as a search engine. (Quartz) Summer reading season isn't over! Tadas has book recommendations for you: (Abnormal Returns) 50 Cent: My true net worth is like $4 million and everything is rented (Business Insider) Barry interviewed Howard Marks for this week's Masters In Business. Listen here: (TRB) Hackers manage to break into a Jeep and kill its engine while someone is driving. Sleep tight. (Wired) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.October 1, 2020 The biggest market trends going into OctoberMarch 20, 2012 Hot Links: On the Verge of Giving UpDecember 30, 2008 Doug Kass Rolls Out 2009 Predictions, Ignore Them At Your Own Peril!