Tuesday 7atSeven: esoteric risks

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


A look at the “push-pull” stock market.  (The Reformed Broker)

Apple ($AAPL) as portfolio diversifier.  (Money Game)

Half of all S&P 500 stocks yield more than the 10-year Treasury note.  (Bespoke)

Jeff Saut on why it is time to start putting money back into stocks.  (Market Folly)

Some investors continue to take on esoteric risks to try and generate returns in this low rate environment.  (WSJ)


Playing the Facebook ($FB) blame game.  (The Fly, Forbes, Economix)

Investors are annoyed with Nasdaq OMX ($NDAQ) post-Facebook trading snafu.  (Barron’s)

Facebook holders should hope they become the next Amazon ($AMZN).  (Term Sheet)

How a green shoe works.  (Dealbreaker, Felix Salmon)

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