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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Obama set to unveil his big plan today – it will feature deficit cuts up to $3 trillion and a new tax hike of $1.5 trillion.  (Bloomberg)

Must-Read from Barry: Investors find themselves at a fork in the road…  (TBP)

Gretchen Morgenson: “Make no mistake: the troubles of Europe and its debt-weakened banks will imperil the United States.”  (NYT)

Anyone else sick and tired of whiny tech reporters crying about their “editorial control”?  (PhilPearlman)

China has its very own subprime – a $1.7 trillion local loan bubble with real estate ties and political implications.  (Telegraph)

Julian Hebron: Blogging is like working out.  (TheBasisPoint)

Yeah, it’s Class Warfare…deal with it.  (CrossPollinator)

Why is Reuters hiring every marquee journalist it can get its hands on?  (HuffPo)

Keith McCullough: “Great short sellers in this game have one thing in common – they know when to cover.”  (Hedgeye)

David Weidner: Even the Chinese have their banking s@*% together more than we do.  (SmartMoney)

So how did that meeting between Geithner and the Euro finance ministers go?  (StockSage)

61-year-old Stevie Wonder tore the roof off at the Austin City Limits festival this weekend.  (RollingStone)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors this morning, it’s packed with goodies:  (WSJFA)



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