Friday 7atSeven: wait and see mode

Sorry for the link dump this morning. Not sure if we will get around to another linkfest today.  Enjoy.

Neither long nor short.  A look at today’s weird markets.  (SurlyTrader)

When all assets go up, look out.  (Money Game)

Is the endowment model going to come back into favor with high net worth investors?  (Wealth Report also Institutional Imperative)

The next great money manager probably looks different than current expectations.  (Aleph Blog)

You need to have clear goals before investing in multi-asset class funds.  (Capital Spectator)

Do serious traders subscribe to trading services?  (bclund)

More on the unfolding Libor scandal.  (WSJ, FT)

What happens when the “flight to quality” trade reverses?  (Global Macro Monitor)

How Bill Gross has played the yield curve in 2012.  (MarketBeat)

The Fed is still in “wait and see” mode.  (Economist’s View also The Source)

Is “Peak Oil” really dead?  (The Source)

Expect things only to get weirder in Greece.  (Felix Salmon)

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