Wednesday links: peak water

28May08

Peak Water and a new wind ETF. (Big Picture, Basis Pointing)

Eight lessons from the great bear markets. (FT Alphaville)

Adam Warner talks technical analysis, in multiple time frames, with author/blogger Brian Shannon. (Daily Options Report)

Emotions are contrarian indicators…” (MarketBeat)

Stocks have dropped despite stability in high yield credit spreads. (Bespoke Investment Group)

“..Chipotle’s top executives have to do more than just take up space at company headquarters in order to receive the shares. They also have to do a good job, which surprisingly enough is still pretty rare at many other companies.” (footnoted.org)

Why maintaining a dividend may make sense. (WSJ.com)

Commodities may or may not be in a bubble, which leaves strategic-minded investors grasping (and gasping) for context.” (Capital Spectator also naked capitalism)

Some fear returns to investment bank CDS prices. (FT Alphaville)

Some hedge funds are propping up home builders. (DealBreaker.com, Money & Co.)

Extreme Value Hedging : How Activist Hedge Fund Managers Are Taking on the World” (TheDeal.com)

Expect a CPI headline number later this year with a 5 handle. (Real Time Economics)

Bernanke has gained some grudging respect in his handling of the credit crisis. (DealBook)

Nice topic for an article, “Which stocks will go up if Obama wins? No one really knows.” (Slate.com)

“In real terms, the Case-Shiller National Home price index is off 21% from the peak.” (Calculated Risk also Free Exchange)

In order for house prices to rise, we don’t need more would-be buyers, we need looser lenders. That isn’t going to happen any time soon – and nor should it.” (Market Movers)

Two newly launched blogs on systems trading. (Afraid to Trade)

Twitter asks the question, “What are you doing?”. It must find a way to take that answer and ask a profitable question. (Zero Beta)

Dreams of “Twitter Finance.” (Howard Lindzon)

Apple iPhone speculation hits the MSM. (NYTimes.com)

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