Thursday 7atSeven: reversal of fortune

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

Mom and Pop have started putting money back into equities.  (Money Game, MarketBeat)

A look at the most overbought ETFs shows quite a reversal from 2011.  (Bespoke, ibid)

13 signs of a bull market.  (Ivanhoff Capital)

Zero interest rates are hurting the custodian banks.  (MarketBeat, FT)

In a volatile 2011 global macro hedge funds had a hard time making money.  (WSJ)

Good results at Paypal or as some still call it eBay ($EBAY).  (FT, WSJ)

The Apple ($AAPL) iPhone had been competing with one arm tied behind its back.  (SplatF)

Eastman Kodak files for bankruptcy.  (Dealbook, WSJ, FT)

Everyone this morning is clicking on the Financial Advice Generator.  (Phrase Generator)

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