Hot Links: Suiting Up
- Joshua M Brown
- January 3rd, 2013
Stuff I'm Reading this Morning...
Pols are already suiting up for the coming Debt Ceiling brawl... (NYT)
Chess N Wine's "Road Map" for the market includes keeping a close eye on relative strength readings. (iBankCoin)
and we shall have crucial job market data today, the first Thursday of 2013. (CalculatedRisk)
Bob Seawright looks at his top fundamental leading indicators for a read on the stock market. (AboveTheMarket)
Sam Stovall (S&P): Last year was awesome for almost every asset class, but for gods sake put your clothes back on and calm down (I'm paraphrasing). (AdvisorOne)
Byron Wein's 10 Surprises for 2013 piece is out, an annual tradition since 1835. (Blackstone)
Don't get too far ahead of yourself with bond bear market calls... (PriceActionLab)
My friend David Weidner hittin' like a spiked bat with 'The Uncertainty Con'. (WSJ)
Are we all being fooled by Big Data? Some thoughts from Sequoia Capital chairman Michael Moritz. (LinkedIn)
Don't miss The Takeaway, my daily linkfest for financial advisors (InvestmentNews)
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