Friday 7atSeven: moving targets

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


Country stock market performance year-to-date.  (Bespoke)

On the use of limit orders.  (Aleph Blog)


Junk bond issuers are having their way with the market.  (WSJ)

Debt-laden IPOs are receiving a surprising reception.  (FT)


Is it time for an ETF gate?  (IndexUniverse)

Are $VIX ETNs the tail wagging the dog?  (MarketBeat)


Google ($GOOG) plans to market their own Android tablet.  (WSJ, SAI also Slate)

The end of Research in Motion ($RIMM) as we know it.  (ReadWriteWeb also Deal Journal)

Best Buy ($BBY) is rethinking its stores for the mobile age.  (WSJ)

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