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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Futures up after Intel and IBM, here’s what you need to know pre-market:  (MarketBeat)

Morgan Stanley analyst Joshua Paradise makes a monster call on CREE.  Props.  (NotableCalls)

Cullen notices a daily trading pattern for the market, just the way it works now.  (PragCap)

Conviction sounds romantic but will prolly f*** up your trading in the long run.  (DynamicHedge)

Goldman: Apple owns the tablet market and probably will for the next two years.  (AllThingsD)

The Japanese response to Fukushima?  An explosion in bicycle sales.  (BusinessInsider)

What is the biggest urban legend in finance?  (WorldBeta)

A rundown of brokerage firm analysts getting the rally right, including Barclays and BMO.  (WSJ)

E-book sales top paperbacks for the first time ever this past February.  It’s a wrap.  (CNNMoney)

Christopher Hitchens dismantles the Royal Family as only he can.  (Slate)

10 giant corporations paying little or no taxes.  (TBP)

The Weakonomist: Oh look, Capitalism is dying.  Again.  (Weakonomics)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors at WSJ, it’s fired up this morning:  (WSJFA)

Oh yeah, that Olive Garden “Culinary Institute” in Tuscany?  No such thing.  (TIME)

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