"We risk becoming the best informed society that has ever died of ignorance"
- Rubén Blades

"You can't make up anything anymore. The world itself is a satire. All you're doing is recording it"
- Art Buchwald

"It's getting exciting now, two and one-half. Think of everything we've accomplished, man. Out these windows, we will view the collapse of financial history. One step closer to economic equilibrium"
- Tyler Durden

"It is your corrupt we claim. It is your evil that will be sought by us. With every breath, we shall hunt them down."
- Boondock Saints

Monday, March 26, 2012

3/26 Linkfest

I've decided to try a new feature Monday, Friday, and potentially Saturday mornings.  During the week I'll try to get the list up before 6:30 AM EST and on Saturday I'll aim for 9:00 AM EST.  A Linkfest of recent and what I feel are key reads.  I read and I read a lot so for the benefit of those who trust what is produced here, I will offer a little insight into my morning perusing.  There is a possibility I'll go right into posting links every morning, we'll see.  Thank you again to the new readers.  I hope you're liking the site more with no ads, I know I am.  Any insights, please leave a comment.

  • Could Morse Have Patented The Web (WSJ) 
  • Goldman's US Equity Views (h/t @PsychozTrader)  
  • BATS Faces Tough Choices Over IPO (Financial Times) 
  • Does Wagner's Law Ruin The Sustainability Of German Public Finances (BIS) 
  • Fidelity, Other Big Firms Can Work Around BATS glitch (Reuters)
  • Dubai Port Firm To Repay $3 BN In Debt Early (AP)
  • What Financial Reform Is All About & Why Wall Street Hates It (BetterMarkets)
  • Are Rich People More Ethical (The Atlantic)
  • E-Mail To Corzine Said Transfer Was Not Customer Money (Dealbook)
  • Don't Let This Opportunity Pass You By (The Circle Bastiat)
  • Iran To Increase Cash Handouts (AlJazeera)
  • A Tangled Web: Who's Making Money From All This Campaign Spending? (ProPublica)
  • Financial Repression: Then & Now (VoxEU)