Friday 7atSeven: booking some profits

Here are seven (or so) links at 7AM Eastern.  We will see you later with the daily linkfest.  Good luck out there.

Markets

Stock correlations are once again on the rise.  (WSJ)

How to make the most of the volatility risk premium.  (Barron’s)

Ten insights from Benjamin Graham.  (Ivanhoff Capital)

All signs point to a tepid jobs number this morning.  (Calculated Risk)

The blog tour for the Abnormal Returns book goes global with a stop for a Q&A in Sweden. (Smarta Investeringar)

Facebook

Facebook sets a price range ($28-$35) leading up to their IPO roadshow.  (Dealbook, WSJ)

Mark Zuckerberg even after selling some shares will comfortably control Facebook.  (AllThingsD)

The best investment Steve Ballmer has made as CEO of Microsoft ($MSFT) was investing in Facebook.  (SAI)

You can watch the Facebook roadshow presentation here.  (Retail Road Show)

Nancy Miller author of The Facebook IPO Primer on the long term risks facing Facebook ($FB).  (Abnormal Returns)

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