Tuesday Links: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Selling Anything

Some items you may find interesting this morning…

Futures Links

Time to buy coffee? Many traders have scalded themselves trying to catch a bull trend (DragonFlyCap)

Fed introducing plans to limit banks’ commodity activities (Bloomberg)

China continues to buy U.S. soybeans despite the looming Brazil harvest (Agriculture.com)

The Vampire Squid calls crop futures a bad bet for 2014 (Agrimoney.com)

WTI crude looking at its worst start to a year since 2009 (Bloomberg)

Sugar stares down a four-year low (Investing.com)

Other Fun Stuff

Did you know that dating to 1990 the S&P 500 has dropped one percent an average of 32 times a year? In 2013 it did so 17 times (Avondale Asset Management)

The ultimate cheat sheet for selling anything (James Altucher)

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Wednesday Links: The Biggest Myths in Economics

Happy hump day! Here are some links to devour…

Futures Links

Midwest and Northeast power companies scrambled for natural gas during the cold snap (FT)

Florida orange groves emerge unscathed from record cold temps (TIME)

Chicago Wheat has near-record speculative short positions and whispers of winterkill…can it bounce out of this bear market? (Agrimoney.com)

Ignore Goldman Sach’s public top trade recommendations…you will probably lose (Zero Hedge)

China plans to cut down the total planted cotton acres this year (WSJ)

Other Fun Stuff

The biggest myths in economics…a must read on why ‘deficit doomsayers’  and the like are completely wrong (Pragmatic Capitalism)

What we learned about the market in 2013 (New York Times)

J.P. Morgan’s legal bills hit $31 billion as its stock touches an all-time high…one can only LOL (Reformed Broker)