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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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