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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Does the MF Global catastrophe offer a warning to the rest of Wall Street?  (CNNMoney)

How do markets typically react to Q4 non-farm payroll reports?  (DynamicHedge)

Jerry puts some data points and other detritus in perspective.  (ArmoTrader)

Shorting the leveraged ETF pairs has yielded spectacular results.  (Falkenblog)

Felix: News coverage of Occupy Wall Street is a mess, in part because the movement is.  (FelixSalmon)

Ten plagues for the new millennium.  (McSweeneys)

Seth Godin: The Fortune 500 are net job losers for the last 20 years, get hired by a small company instead.  (SethsBlog)

Has Wall Street abstracted itself from America?  (Interloper)

Frank Holmes on how important China is to the global economy.  (InvestmentPostcards)

Meet Amy Jo Martin, Shaquille O’Neal’s Twitter coach.  Not a typo.  (BusinessWeek)

Get Macs for your employees, they’ll be much more successful than people running PCs.  (BusinessInsider)

James on surrendering to what’s going to happen and the freedom from stress that results.  (AltucherConfidential)

Shoe soles, pig hearts and other ingredients in the McRib sandwich.  Disgusting.  (Gothamist)

From Barry’s archives: Six Investor Types to Avoid.  (TBP)

Don’t miss my daily linkfest for financial advisors!  (WSJFA)



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