This is an early (and incomplete) edition of the linkfest. We will catch back up tomorrow. Good luck out there.

Timothy Taylor, “..adding more fine print is not the superhighway to financial literacy.”  (Conversable Economist via @markthoma)

More signs of investor optimism.  (The Felder Report)

Options expiration weeks are historically strong.  (Dynamic Hedge)

Rising food prices is going to make breakfast more expensive.  (FT)

Yahoo’s ($YHOO) core business now has negative implied value.  (Bloomberg View)

The Alibaba and Weibo IPOs hit the “buzzword” jackpot.  (Musings on Markets)

ETF structure matters.  (ETF)

99% of people don’t want to trade, luckily for them they have new tools to work with.  (Abnormal Returns)

What you may have missed in our Monday linkfest.  (Abnormal Returns)

Why blog? Because “A blog post has lasting value.”  (Scripting News via @ppearlman)

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