Quote of the day

Bryan Goldberg, “This century belongs to the jack-of-all-trades, and the VCs and Wall Streeters who put their confidence in the esteemed “experts” are going to get very badly burned.”  (Pando Daily)

Chart of the day


Some charts showing a stock market at risk.  (Andrew Thrasher)


Last week had a bit of risk-off feel.  (Dynamic Hedge)

There’s always a litany of headwinds. Let’s look back at 2003.  (The Reformed Broker)

The biggest risk of low vol strategies.  (VIX and More)

Natural gas is still overbought.  (Global Macro Monitor)


Do you know your investing time frame?   (Barry Ritholtz)

How financial advisers can become more “risk aware” with their clients.  (Inside Investing)


Most large acquisitions are errors.  (Aleph Blog)

A bidding war for Dell ($DELL), that could include a ‘public stub,’ seems imminent.  (Dealbook, Deal Journal)


Should long-term shareholders be rewarded with higher dividends?  (Jason Zweig)

The tech IPO boom is coming, you will just have to be patient.  (Term Sheet)

Canada wants activist investors to do a better job of sharing.  (Dealbreaker)


The eurozone after Cyprus.  (Gavyn Davies, Some of it Was True, Sober Look)

“Years of easy money have made Gazprom fat and slow.”  (Economist)


Why corporate profit margins could go even higher.  (Money Game)

A look back at the economic week that was.  (Bonddad Blog, Calculated Risk)

The economic schedule for the coming week.  (Calculated Risk)

Earlier on Abnormal Returns

What you missed in our Saturday morning linkfest.  (Abnormal Returns)

Top clicks this week on the site.  (Abnormal Returns)

Mixed media

On the persistence of the “fear of missing out.”  (Seth Godin)

How apparel maker American Giant has dealt with its “catastrophic success.”  (Slate)

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