Hot Links: The Return of Mom and Pop

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

National Association of Business Economists (NABE) survey: “expectations for hiring over the next 6 months rose to the highest level since 2006.”  (CNNMoney)

Goldman: The Fed may need to buy $4 trillion worth of assets just to get the economy rolling.  No biggie.  (Fortune)

Expect a burst of rushed spending in China as local governments have too much money on hand.  For serious.  (FTAlphaville)

The Mom-and-Pop retail investor is back, moving out of bonds into stocks.  (AOLDailyFinance)

Shareholder activists to wage war over the relocation costs of corporate executives.  (WSJ)

Goldman ♥’s Citi – C added to conviction buy list, target 5.50.  (NotableCalls)

Your guide to the four quadrants of earnings reactions.  (MercenaryTrader)

Psst – wanna know why Pimco is a “downhill marathon machine”?  (InvestingCaffeine)

Psst – wanna know a lot of stuff about Pimco’s Bill Gross?  (Globe+Mail)

“15 Inviolable Rules for Dealing with Wall Street” – epic.  (TBP)

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