Hot Links: Bond Trauma Posted August 17, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: The "Inside Amazon" hit piece that everyone is talking about (New York Times) Revenue growth now negative for two straight quarters (Financial Times) The revenue growth you seek is hiding behind the energy crash (Dr. Ed's Blog) Urban Carmel's weekly market summary rocks (Fat Pitch) Bloomberg View's editorial board on the potential for bond market trauma (BloombergView) Ritholtz filets your neighborhood Chief Strategist (Washington Post) The 13F's are out - here are all the stocks top hedge funds like (ValueWalk) New paper suggests that hedge fund managers tend to be more passive than you'd think (Chief Investment Officer) "A virtually flat S&P 500 for 133 days this year may be an indication that the efficient market hypothesis is taking its revenge." (Price Action Lab) Good returns coupled with low volatility produce a false sense of security (A Wealth Of Common Sense) Disney is the winner (survivor) of any large-scale cord-cutting movement (MarketWatch) There are thousands of repetitive articles about every topic of the day because the thirst for clicks is real. (New York Times) The commission model is about to die, brokers are postulating that this means a decline in service. Nope. (Wall Street Journal) Here's one better way for small investors to get started without being taken advantage of - Liftoff (Liftoff) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.August 15, 2019 “Economic Buffoonery”April 21, 2014 Clips From Today’s Halftime ReportOctober 13, 2013 What if Obamacare is actually good for small business?