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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Charles Green: “In 1979, 60% of respondents said they had “a great deal” or “quite a lot” of trust in banks. By 2011 that number was down to 23%.”  (TrustedAdvisor)

Soros says China may be the mystery buyer propping up the euro currency in the market.  (MarketBeat)

David Blair: “I do not need anyone to tell me that the market is ready to go up when my charts say we are going down.”  (CrosshairsTrader)

John Paulson: Hero to Zero in record time.  (StockSage)

How is it possible that Michelle Bachmann is a frontrunner for the 2012 presidential race?  See here:  (Lexington)

13 years of nothing.  (HowardLindzon)

The Dumb Money has gotten so bearish you almost have to do some buying.  (ZeroHedge)

Barry explains secular bull and bear market cycles in plain English, today’s must-read.  (WaPo)

If this thing about the secret trillion dollar loans to Wall Street doesn’t piss you off then go to the doctor because you may have no pulse.  (Bloomberg)

Among the 400 new words the Oxford English Dictionary is adding, we get sexting, retweeting and woot.  (Reuters)

Julian: “People in business suits don’t really hold hands.”  (BasisPoint)

Why short-term capitalism is a dead end.  (SethsBlog)

The Fly shows us what history says should happen in the markets following a disastrous month.  (iBankCoin)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors this morning!  (WSJFA)

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