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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Macau-related stocks got slammed last night, what happened?  (BusinessInsider)

Bill Gross: “Rather than an economic mandate, November’s election was more of social commentary on the Republicans’ habit of living with eyes closed.”  (PIMCO)

Qualcomm buys a stake in Japanese manufacturer Sharp, becomes one of its largest investors.  (DealBook)

Us against the Industrialists.  (SethsBlog)

China: Why the Hang Seng has been outperforming the Shanghai Comp.  (beyondbrics)

WisdomTree’s Jeremy Schwartz on dividend ETFs and the Fiscal Cliff: “The bottom line conclusion of our research is that the market environment is more important than the tax environment.”  (ETFTrends)

Every time you think the market’s rolling over, it doesn’t. This will work until it doesn’t. (DynamicHedge)

The story of unlikely entrepreneur Robin Chase, founder of Zipcar.  (Fortune)

Jeffie: Yes, December is a great month for stocks – but it’s usually late December.  (StockTradersAlmanac)

Check out the new Quartz News microsite for the Fiscal Cliff, it’s kind of awesome.  (hastheusgoneoffthefiscalcliff.com)

The biggest entertainment flops of 2012.  (Wired)

Superman in Handcuffs image from the upcoming Man of Steel goes viral. And by the way, what an amazing metaphor for post-millennial America. (Deadline)

Don’t miss The Takeaway, my daily linkfest for financial advisors (Investment News)

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