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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

The truth about how my young friend ZMoose became a trader.  (YoungGunsTrading)

Five smokin’ hot healthcare stocks.  (IBDClick)

Paul Kedrosky’s takeaways from the first social media IPO.  (Bloomberg)

Why law firms can’t go public.  (Freakonomics)

David Merkel sets up a market-beating tactical asset allocation model from scratch – and shows his process, prepare to be blown away.  (AlephBlog)

Barry: The five hats all investors should wear.  (WaPo)

Russell’s very ambitious ETF rollout has just begun.  (InvestmentNews)

Felix on the blogger melee over LinkedIn’s IPO.  (FelixSalmon)

Which companies are getting social media customer service right and wrong?  (TechCrunch)

Amazon stuffs the whole book publishing industry “in a box”.  (GigaOM)

Erik: Big evolutionary changes take place at the fringes, as a matter of survival.  (MarketAnthropology)

Seth Godin on the dangers of being “underextended”.  (SethsBlog)

Get ready to see a lot more of Whitney Cummings.  (NYT)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors:  (WSJFA)

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