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Write-Offs: 01.12.10

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$$$Ex-Primary Global Analyst Pleads Guilty in Nationwide U.S. Insider Probe [Bloomberg]

$$$Bank of China Brings Yuan Trading to U.S. [WSJ]

$$$Hedge-Fund Managers See Rising Cost of Health Care [DI]

$$$ On the market for a vuvla-encrusted apartment? Nouriel Roubin's is available. [The Deal]

$$$50 Cent's Investment Library [The Reformed Broker]

$$$ When asked if they would fire their direct subordinate on their first day of work if it meant getting their dream job, 80% of respondents said they would. [FINS]

$$$Jeff Gundlach's DoubleLine Presentation [SSA]

$$$Barton Biggs on the economy: "Our studies show that sentiment is very important when it's oversold and that's a really good timing indicator. The market can stay overbought for months. I don't know where we're going to see the end of 2011. My crystal ball doesn't have a calendar embedded in it. I think the next significant move in equity markets is up and can it go to 1400, 1450, 1500? Sure, if we can get some of the problems that the world is dealing with straightened out. Yeah, sure, the US economy is strong, the high frequency data every day, just even like today continues to improve." [Bloomberg]

$$$ Gasparino: Insider Trading Probe Could Ensnare 300 People [Barron's]