Wednesday links: profoundly insolvent

06Aug08

During this rally we have yet to have a “9-to-1 up day.”  (Marketwatch.com)

Computer-driven momentum trading is the latest suspect in the oil price run-up (and fall-off).  (MarketBeat)

Libor avoids any major changes.  (Market Movers, Alea)

Alternative assets get their own category at Morningstar.  (InvestmentNews.com)

Do less in the face of increasing market volatility.  (Howard Lindzon)

Could the problems at Freddie Mac (FRE) been foreseen by a reasonable executive?  (Dash of Insight)

What is the difference between ‘insolvent’ and ‘profoundly insolvent‘?  (Infectious Greed)

The faults with the housing rescue bill.  (Aleph Blog)

Cost cutting is a challenge at the big stock exchanges.  (DealBook)

Turkey is a budding economic tiger.  (WSJ.com, Freakonomics)

Are there better ways to invest in emerging market ETFs?  (Confused Capitalist)

Not everyone who tries is meant to trade for a living.  (TraderFeed)

The Greatest Trade Ever” is coming to a bookstore near you.  (ClusterStock.com)

The Icahn Report staffs up.  (DealBook, FT Alphaville also DealBreaker.com)

A little inside dope on the way Federal Reserve board is voting.  (Big Picture)

Blackstone Group (BX) is betting on a bottom in subprime mortgage securities.  (DealBook)

What does the GDP deflator really measure?  (Econbrowser)

Pros are moving from New York to Chicago, and it does not involve the Mets and the Cubs.  (ChicagoTribune.com)

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