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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Don’t miss Michael Santoli’s piece from the weekend on the market’s thrusts.  Beavis, he said ‘thrusts’, huhh huh huhh huh.  (Barrons)

Supercommittee: “both parties are quickly trying to figure out how to turn the committee’s embarrassing failure into a political win for their side.”  (Politico)

JC on the financials relative to the rest of the S&P (spoiler alert: it’s like Saw II over there).  (AllStarCharts)

Private equity king Teddy Forstmann, dead at 71.  (DealBook)

TA Trader keeping it real about what it feels like to be on the losing end of a big trade.  (YoungGunsTrading)

Birth rates drop as chicks are scared to get pregnant in this economic reality.  (BusinessWeek)

“Our favorite “tell” sectors are completely broken.”  (HCPG)

Peter Brandt: MF Global is just another example of regulatory inability to protect investors.  (Factor)

Remember Jim O’Neill, the guy who invented the BRICs at Goldman back in 2001?  His big regret is that he wasn’t aggressive enough in his call.  (Telegraph)

Michael Fowke on ponzi schemers and dreamers.  (MoneyistheWay)

Tom Huber (T Rowe Price) on the Dividend Comeback.  (Fortune)

12 simple trading rules, passed from one trader to another.  (TBP)

My daily linkfest for financial advisors is up  and ready to go this morning.  (WSJFA)

In case you missed it, we’re in pre-production on Occupy Wall Street! The Musical.  (TRB)



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