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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Asian stocks already over the Spailout sugar high, rolling over hard.  (EmergingMoney)

Apple making a big push into mapping with partner TomTom.  (MarketWatch)

Ritholtz: No, the hedge fund industry is not doubling or tripling in size, sorry.  (TBP)

Fed: The financial crisis wiped out 18 years of gains for the median U.S. household net worth, with a 38.8 percent plunge from 2007 to 2010  (Bloomberg)

I don’t trust bankers. But I really don’t trust politicians.  (Mathbabe)

Rosie the Bull! “I’m noticing a certain degree of despair these days, just as I am getting enthusiastic about the future.”  (PragCap)

Wall Street’s hidden Europe risks.  (Fortune)

Who fucked up the economy more, W or Obama?  (Economix)

Will 80’s hair metal bands finally get their due – or will they be forever ridiculed?  (RollingStone)

Murray Coleman explains the divergence in equity dividend ETF performance during the correction.  (WSJFA)

What if we could just breathe our food?  (GOOD)

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


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