Weekly Link Round-Up For March 18, 2011

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This week on @blueleaf we posted a number of great articles from our favorite blogs and websites. We hope you enjoy the weekly link round-up below.

Special Report: Mistakes, Misfortune, Meltdown: Japan’s Quake -Reuters

Lack Of Leadership Prolongs Mortgage Settlement Talks – American Banker

The FDIC’s WaMu Suit – Felix Salmon

Working With A Financial Advisor: Whom Do You Trust? – Consumerism Commentary

Who’s Afraid Of Elizabeth Warren? – Baseline Scenario

Regulatory Uncertainty – Rortybomb

Don’t Beat Yourself Up Over Your Investing Mistakes – Out Of Your Rut

What Does Diversification Mean To You? – Sweating The Big Stuff

How Dumb? – Baseline Scenario

The Value Of Undergraduate Business School – Wall Street Oasis

The Wealthy Need $7.5 Million To Feel Wealthy – Bargaineering

Dangerously High – Buttonwood

Why Market Aftershocks Will Continue – Felix Salmon

Japan Quake & Tsunami: Insuring For The Big One – Money Watch

Market Trading On Impulse – NYT Bucks

Backward-Looking Forecasts – Barel Karsan

Is The Bond Market Signaling Stagflation? – Good Financial Cents

Quick Tips When Approaching Retirement – Good Financial Cents

Why The Fed Needs To Get Its Act Together On Payments – Felix Salmon

SEC Runs Into GOP Wall While Seeking Money – Investment News

Have a great weekend!

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John is the co-founder and CEO of Blueleaf and is an active startup advisor. He is also an experienced entrepreneur and senior executive. As part of 6 founding teams, he has led the product management, marketing, and finance functions. His background in banking and wealth management has shaped the vision for Blueleaf.