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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Erik Swarts: “the long-term historical analogs would indicate that Treasury yields will likely fall further – eventually taking out the lows from the last cycles trough in the 1940’s”  (MarketAnthropology)

I missed this last week but it’s excellent – Tom Brakke on how to really evaluate a manager.  (ResearchPuzzle)

Brazil is dead set on cutting rates, fiscal policy stimulus and more to get growing again.  (Bloomberg)

When a stock stops trending, it is likely in the process of pattern formation.  (DerekHernquist)

The CEO of Zynga, which comes public this Thursday, is kind of a badass.  I like this guy.  (Bloomberg)

Robert Sinn: “with a great deal of cash on the sidelines there is tremendous potential to turn sentiment decidedly bullish”  (StockSage)

Howard’s extremely bullish on 2012 and James agrees.  (HowardLindzon)

Felix Salmon on yet another way would-be influencers can buy Congressional attention.  (FelixSalmon)

The ETF Deathwatch list has swollen to 242 funds, if one of yours on it?  (Invest With an Edge)

The stories behind 11 classic rock albums.  (MentalFloss)

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




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