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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Greek bond yields race higher, US stock futures lower as European troubles elbow their way back on stage.  (Bloomberg)

David Weidner: Wall Street is essentially a compensation machine that doesn’t do all that well without a bubble.  (MarketWatch)

The market is not all Brownian motion, the gamblers can pick out underlying patterns.  (PsyFiBlog)

The most useful thing you’ll read today: 7 Tips for Using Stop Losses.  (StockTwitsU)

Psst…wanna see how important The Hobbit is to New Zealand’s economy?  (FTAlphaville)

An insanely good geopolitical history of the Venetian State.  (ZeroHedge)

Big banks are buying Brazilian businesses.  This link brought to you by the letter B.  (BeyondBRICs)

I highly doubt this, but did Warren Buffett get spurned by David Einhorn to run his investments?  (InsiderMonkey)

An incredibly bizarre free market solution for the unfairness between NFL franchises.  (Forbes)

Dr Phil with a psychological analysis of the markets that goes beyond “sentiment”.  (PhilPearlman)

Why all the comics are thrilled to watch Jay Leno crash and burn.  (DailyBeast)

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