Hot Links: Extreme Readings Posted September 30, 2015 by Joshua M Brown What I'm reading this morning: Hedge Funds Devise Trades to Benefit From ETFs’ Woes (Wall Street Journal) Greggy looking for extreme readings as a contrarian buy signal (Dragonfly Capital) Andy on the Health Care sector, which I believe is the key to this market (AThrasher) My first ever print article for Fortune just hit the web: Are you ready for the next bear market? (Fortune) Wired flips out for the Tesla Model X that was rolled out last night (Wired) Twitter is considering lifting the 140-character limit. Hope they don't turn it into Tumblr (Recode) Ralph Lauren is stepping down as CEO (New York Times) This is an amazing piece of journalism - Randall Lane talks to Trump about the Forbes dispute over his net worth (Forbes) Tony Sagami, one of John Mauldin's pitbulls, is set loose on Wall Street's cheerleaders (Mauldin Economics) Swedroe vs Klarman on indexing (ETF.com) Cheer up! There is already some evidence that low oil prices are boosting global oil demand (Dr. Ed's Blog) Gold looks like she needs another leg lower (All Star Charts) Start investing with us now, check out Liftoff today! (Liftoff) Now go talk about it. facebook twitter linkedin Read this next.February 26, 2014 Froth IRAOctober 16, 2009 Droppin' Knowledge: Fadel Gheit on Oil & GasFebruary 26, 2021 Stocks do very well during periods of rising rates. Facts, not opinions.