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Stuff I’m Reading this Weekend…

Looking at what Friday’s jobs report really means.  (PragCap)

The past week exemplified the advantage of the non-wirehouse financial advisor.  (iheartWallSt)

Paul Vigna: “European leaders are huddled in one big, nonstop, weekend-long emergency meeting.”  (MarketTalk)

Mark Cuban’s controversial call to “Tax The Hell Out Of Wall Street”.  (BlogMaverick)

The JPMorgan ($JPM) – silver manipulation story goes wide, Feds investigating.  (NYP)

The takeaway from Thursday is to be careful with market orders.  (KidDynamite)

Denninger: “Mr. President, Unplug the f***ing computers.”  (Market-Ticker)

Roubini on the pressures of fame.  Cue violins.  (Clusterstock)

Dylan Ratigan compiles a list of the most bank-captured congresspeople.  (ZeroHedge)

Last night’s SNL was incredible – all-stars return, Betty White hosts, Jay-Z rhymes, etc.  (Comic’sComic)

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  1. King of Controversy Reveals Maverick Solution « Investing Caffeine commented on May 12

    […] Cuban doesn’t only provide his views on basketball, as a serial entrepreneur who cashed in his former company Broadcast.com to Yahoo! for $5.9 billion, he also is providing his thoughts on Wall Street and the 1,000 point “fat finger” trading meltdown from last week. What does Cuban say is the answer to the rampant speculation conducted by idiot financial engineers? “Tax the Hell Out of Wall Street,” says Cuban in his recent blog flagged by TRB’s Josh Brown. […]