Friday Link Roundup: April 15, 2011

Is Wall Street's boys' club culture becoming a thing of the past? [FINS]

Merrill steps up recruitment with big signing bonuses. [Reuters]

JPMorgan suspected Madoff Ponzi scheme. [CNN]

Study: Performance-based bonuses bad for productivity. [Naked Capitalism]

Luxury spending set to make a comeback. [Reuters]

Fidelity's success secret: junk bonds. [Bloomberg]

T. Rowe Price mutual funds adds Facebook to portfolio. [Reuters]

High market valuation: an ominous sign of things to come? [Market Watch]

Frugal investors using ETFs to emulate mutual fund managers. [Morningstar]

Sometimes money does grow on trees. [The Crosshairs Trader]

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