Weekend Linkfest

Sunday, July 11, 2010

the linksWhy firms need to return their cash to shareholders or create a lending instution. Wade Slome has quickly become one of my favorite writers over at Investing Caffeine with excellent analysis contained in every article.
Jobs: The Gluttonous Cash Hog

The good versus the bad in trying to predict the future of equity prices in the short-run. Jeff posted this before last week so I suppose the chartists didn't exactly take over with the hindsight of seeing the 5% rally this past week.

Are we seeing a repeat of Apple's past mistakes? Microsoft took over with an inferior product by allowing customization, will Google do the same with the Android?
This Android Chart Should Scare The Bejesus Out Of Apple

My buddy, Elliot Turner, now writing for Wall St. Cheat Sheet, argues that everyone focuses on the negative black swans, what about possible positive ones to change the world for the better?
Say ‘Hell No’ to a Black Swan Free World

Jeff Miller pens another great post why everything perhaps isn't so bad.

If you're looking for reasons to be bearish...and depressed, check out Tyler's post this past week highlighting every dark cloud over the US government and economy.
Presenting The Wall Of Worry: The 50 Ugliest Facts About The US eCONomy

Of course, don't miss my post over at Zero Hedge! 98 comments last check and I don't think anyone actually commented on the content of my post :) Nevertheless, it was an honor to be recognized!
Guest Post: Major Structural Changes in US Equity Markets You Must Know
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