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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Greg says yesterday’s patterns (bullish engulfing candles! downward-facing dog candles! sexting pregnant teen candles!) could mean the bottom is in.  (Dragonfly Capital)

But Joe Fahmy is in cash, here’s why:  (JoeFahmy)

George Soros is also in cash, showing those young whippersnappers how it’s done.  (Bloomberg)

Can’t believe they actually published this – the WSJ calls Obama a stupid guy.  (WSJ)

Cost deflation as economic stimulus for the consumer, Erik says it could work.  (MarketAnthropology)

Concentrated bank stock positions are kicking the asses of legendary fund managers Miller and Berkowitz.  (InvestmentNews)

Raj Rajaratnam’s attorney says prison will likely kill his client.  Umm, no I think the cream sauces are doing that.  (NYP)

These companies are the 2011 Layoff Kings.  (24/7WallStreet)

The London riots are scarier than the Paris riots were.  (TIME)

Today’s must-read: Michael Lewis on the German situation.  (VanityFair)

My daily linkfest for financial advisors is off the hook this morning.  (WSJFA)

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