Daily Reading – Thursday, April 7, 2011

FT Alphaville: Portugal to seek EU aid

Unleash the rescue dogs.

FT Alphaville: Deflated inflation expectations

Given the attention that inflation expectations received in Tuesday’s release of the latest FOMC minutes, we’re not the least bit surprised that it’s been the topic du jour among analysts (along with other distractions).

FT Alphaville: Vix up, look Sharpe*

Later today, I will be serving as moderator of a discussion panel on trading volatility. One of the questions I will put to my panellists is – and perhaps at this point it is rhetorical – is volatility an asset class?

FT Alphaville: Vix wagging

What do dividend futures have in common with the Vix, and Vix futures?

The Slope Of Hope: The Past Three Years of the Silver Bears

The Slope Of Hope: Breadth Needs a Pause

In past 7 days we have seen a positive Breadth and a Pause would be healthy for this rally. That being said, the overall trend is still up as hereunder charts are showing.

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