It's been a while since we compiled a Friday Features linkfest, but we've got some great posts and news items to share with you today. Set a spell and enjoy our "Features of the Week".
1. Wikileaks confirms what we already know: Saudi oil reserves are overstated. (Al Jazeera).
2. Egypt unrest: how Mubarak's end came. (BBC News).
3. Mubarak resigns, but will he hold on to his estimated $70 billion stash? (FP blog).
4. The Perils of Intervention and a humbler American foreign policy. (C4Liberty).
5. An interview with Pimco CEO Mohamed El-Erian. (Der Spiegel).
6. Inflation is so much worse than we're told: Chris Martenson. (Financial Sense).
7. Q&A: Michael Lewis on the politicians that sank Ireland. (Vanity Fair).
8. Shades of 2006? Exchange fever takes hold as LSE-TMX merger followed quickly by NYSE- Deutsche Borse deal. (FT.com)
9. G.C. Selden trading psychology: hunches and gut feelings. (Tischendorf Letter).
10. Howard Lindzon interviews red-hot blogger, James Altucher. (StockTwits TV).
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Have a great weekend.