Wednesday links: worth virtually nothing

18Jul07

Homebuilders see a bleak future. (via Real Time Economics)

REIT insiders are buying. (via WSJ.com)

As are corporations, as their stock buybacks continue apace. (via WSJ.com)

Bear Stearns (BSC) mortgage hedge funds are nearly a total loss. (via NakedShorts)

On Wall Street, what comes around goes around. (via Accrued Interest)

Lenders to the funds will escape relatively unscathed. (via Market Movers)

Subprime uncertainty fans out. (via WSJ.com)

As the cost of borrowing rises. (via NYTimes.com)

A graphic depiction of the rise in high yield spreads. (via Bespoke Investment Group)

Will going public hurt the ability of Blackstone (BX) and KKR to do business? (via Deal Journal)

This is the first time we have heard of the phrase, “hurt money.” (via DealBook)

Are short-bias funds crazy or simply stubborn? (via All About Alpha)

Any alpha generated by a buy-write strategy on the Russell 2000 arises from implied vols higher than realized vols. (via SSRN.com)

Murdoch and Dow Jones (DJ) have deal. (via FT Alphaville)

What is so wrong with Murdoch anyway? (via MSNBC)

Investors are shifting towards lower cost mutual funds. (via WSJ.com)

Capital is flowing into the coffers of the U.S.’s largest money managers. (via Infectious Greed)

It is a tough time to be wealthy. (via Bloomberg.com)

What is up with the NY Times’ economics coverage? (via Market Movers)

Happy first blogiversary to Roger Ehrenberg at Information Arbitrage.

There is hope for us bloggers. (via Real Time Economics)

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