Hot Links: Who's Laughing Now?
- Joshua M Brown
- February 15th, 2011
Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…
Citigroup’s “Economic Surprise Index” flashes a warning. (PragCap)
Brilliant: Entrepreneurs owe much to the time they are born into, putting your company into historical context. (Fortune)
Greg Harmon with 4 big bank stock setups that could be explosive. (DragonflyCapital)
Recordings from the last days of Dick Fuld’s Lehman. Poor baby. (DealBook)
A message for those still putzing around with ultrashort ETFs. (TBP)
Where were you on the most important market day of the year? (StockSage)
A band of Nokia shareholders gets together to oppose the Microsoft deal and fight for a Plan B. (NokiaPlanB)
Bill Gross is walking the talk, Pimco chops down its US government bond exposure by 22%. (FTAlphaville)
Paulson’s friends laughed at his subprime bet. Who’s laughing now? (Dealbreaker)
Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisers at WSJ. (WSJFA)
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The Reformed Broker is a blog about financial markets and the economy. Joshua Brown is a New York City-based investment advisor for high net worth individuals, charitable foundations, retirement plans and corporations... More.