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

Why buy-and-hold can’t die.  (Aleph Blog)

Corporations are lining up to sell dollar-denominated bonds.  (WSJ, FT)

Are investors hiding out in Apple ($AAPL) and IBM ($IBM) shares?  (Stock Sage also WSJ)

Why we should take note of silver volatility and weakness.  (Market Anthropology)

Is 2012 finally the year for Japan’s stock market?  (Money Game also Global Macro Monitor)

Where did all the volume on the Toronto exchange go?  (Globe and Mail)

Higher gas prices make the economy more vulnerable to additional shocks.  (SurlyTrader also Money Game)

CDS hypocrisy:  AIG ($AIG) vs. Greece.  (Slate)

Libor needs an overhaul.  (FT, Dealbreaker)

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