Best Links of the Week
A very disturbing article from CNBC on the massive outflow of Insider selling on the stock market. This quote scares me.
The largest companies in three of the most important leading sectors of the market have seen their executives classified as insiders sell more than 120 million shares of stock over the last six months. Top executives at these very same companies bought just 38,000 shares over that same time period, making for an eye-popping sell to buy ratio of 3,177 to one.
Award winning landscape photography.
If you are in finance, law, real estate, or are a home owner here are three really important pieces explaining really really important backstory to why the big banks have haulted foreclosures. The collateral damage extends far beyond homes in foreclosure into any home that was securitized and processed by MERS: Gonzalo Lira, Are All Mortgage Backed Securities a Scam, and NY Times OpEd Piece.
China is ticked about “imported inflation” from the our countries “quantitative easing” (aka money printing).
Students in Australia foil biometric fingerprint readers at school with gummi bears.
Apparently, researchers have found a “liberal gene”