I agree that in these situations you should not click the link. I know you're curious, but you don't really need to know what badness will actually happen if you click on the link to know that clicking on the link probably isn't a great idea.
That said, one tool for analyzing dubious web pages is Wepawet. You can view Wepawet's report on that web page; Wepawet does not detect any drive-by downloads, but it classifies the web page as "suspicious" and notes that the page redirects to
http://cnbc9home.com/ (which is also a bit suspicious). You can also view Wepawet's report on that domain, which identifies that the page links to a variety of sketchy-sounding web sites (rxpharmacyclub.net, pillrxmedsguide.com, makemoneyonline14.ru, and more like that -- these are not the characteristics of a legitimate site). So, from Wepawet's report, it becomes pretty clear that this is a pretty dubious site, even if Wepawet does not identify all of the bad stuff the page does.
But again, you don't need to go into all this detail to know not to click on the link.