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Investor psychology lags at turning points.  (Big Picture, ibid also MarketBeat)

The Burlington deal is already working out for Warren Buffett.  (Jeff Matthews also Street Capitalist)

UPS (UPS) beat expectations and announced volume upside.  (Bloomberg, The Money Game)

The S&P 500 advance-decline line is at a new high.  (Trader’s Narrative)

What you trade is less important than how you trade.  (Kirk Report)

More low put-call ratio readings.  (Trader’s Narrative)

Is it time for dollar bulls to reassess their position?  (Barron’s)

How to trade options near expiration.  (Options for Rookies)

A simple rule of thumb to help you decide whether to hedge with options (or not).  (Barron’s)

Old media makes a comeback.  (Bespoke)

The ETFS Palladium Fund (PALL) is on a roll. (Fund My Mutual Fund)

Taking a closer look at the PowerShares’ Closed-End Fund Income Composite ETF (PCEF).  (Morningstar)

The short case for First Solar (FSLR).  (Bronte Capital)

The European ETF market is growing like a weed.  (FT Alphaville)

The Fed funds rate is drifting up to the top of its range.  (Money Supply)

The SEC wants to track all large trades.  (WashingtonPost)

Strange goings-on in the auction of Lehman derivatives positions.  (Felix Salmon)

The economic recovery continues to take hold.  (WSJ contra DJ Market Talk)

Rail traffic improved in March.  (Calculated Risk)

More on the inventory-to-sales ratio.  (macroblog)

Strategic defaults are boosting consumer spending.  (naked capitalism)

More on the strong retail sales number.  (Calculated Risk)

What should the US do about home finance?  (Aleph Blog, Curious Capitalist)

China launches stock index futures.  (WSJ)

The Chinese economy is heating up.  (EconomPic Data, FT Alphaville, Curious Capitalist)

Does it make sense to treat the BRIC countries as a block?  (Economist)

On the end of the Euro.  (FT Alphaville also Reuters)

Are Greece’s problems spreading?  (Baseline Scenario, MarketBeat, The Pragmatic Capitalist)

Play Finance Minister of Greece with this spreadsheet.  (Felix Salmon)

If you can’t do the due diligence required of individual stocks, maybe funds are for you.  (Kiplinger’s)

The Flyonthewall.com is struggling post-ruling.  (WSJ, Bloomberg)

Fund with Google Trends:  Nouriel Roubini mentions vs. the S&P 500.  (Economi Turk)

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