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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Paul Baran, actual inventor of the internet, passes away at 84.  (NYT)

Robert Sinn: “Those who trade for excitement or to satisfy their inner gambling urges are bound to fail”  (StockSage)

Wait til you see who StockTwits just hired…  (5StepsAhead)

Near-misses make traders feel like winners, that’s why they stick around.  (AbnormalReturns)

China’s African moves are blatant, but India’s are stealthy…what’s going on?  (beyondbrics)

The CEO of TEPCO hasn’t been seen in weeks, he may have fled or killed himself.  (Clusterstock)

Where are all the female econ bloggers?  (EconomistsDoItWithModels)

Infinite Guest reviews Margin Call the movie.  (Dealbreaker)

Yes there is food inflation, but you probably won’t notice it in smaller bags.  (NYT)

My daily linkfest for financial advisors is fully loaded.  Like a 2012 Porsche Cayenne.  (WSJFA)

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