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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Something uplifting from Howard Schultz (Starbucks): “We can all be job creators.”  (NYT)

Kelly Evans on the eerie similarity between our deleveraging and pre-millennial Japan.  (HeardontheStreet)

The thing about the “1%” is that it’s different people making up that group over time.  (IBD)

Goldie reports a “bloodbath quarter”.  (ZeroHedge)

In Defense of the Financial Blogosphere.  (AttainCapital)

Why the f**k do we allow banks to use taxpayer money to lobby against, well, the taxpayer?  (nef)

Make it a point to read this – Jim Chanos’s presentation from the Value Investing Congress yesterday, called ‘Beware the Global Value Trap’.  (MarketFolly)

Eli: Every Trader Must Believe in God.  (TraderHabits)

And now, the Hottest Chicks at Occupy Wall Street.  (CNBCNetNet)

A limerick on inequality.  Because I feel like it, that’s why.  (LimericksÉconomiques)



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