Best links of the Web: 13-02-04, nr 703

Good morning. Cool chart. Remember that strong rally in the Nikkei? Not if you measure it in dollars (or euros for that matter)



Nice chart showing the stock markets reaction to the earning results. Pretty positive, so far…




More money has flowed into equity funds during the last week of January. But a rotation, it is not.




And this article sort of says the same: “Great Rotation”- A Wall Street fairy tale?



Oh, and in case you think it is positive, money flowing into equities: it is a sell signal according to Bank of America..




If this chart is supposed to show that we are close to a recession, it miserably fails. Interesting though that even in a recession revenue can grow




Metals are just drifting along, by the looks of it…




The Bill Gross’ monthly report is called Credit Supernova. Haven’t read it yet, but normally is worth the time




Why the U.S. Government Never, Ever Has to Pay Back All Its Debt. Because the government never dies.



And last, but not least, the schedules for the week ahead




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