Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

JC Parets: Before you go and get yourself all lathered up about that inverse head and shoulders in the Dow…  (AllStarCharts)

Vitaliy Katsenelson knows a corrupt, fraudulent economy when he sees one, here’s his erudite take on China:  (ContrarianEdge)

Sun Microsystems founder Scott McNealy is back in the saddle – here’s why he’s having so much fun building a startup the second time around.  (GigaOm)

These are Robert Sinn’s best sources of information on a daily basis:  (StockSage)

The Greek stock market has lost 90% of its value, but new ETF $GREK offers a way in for would-be vulture investors.  (InvestWithAnEdge)

Wanna know why there are so many foreclosures?  Because delinquent homeowners can basically stay put forever.  (CNNMoney)

So how did Themis Trading do with their hilarious 2011 predictions?  (ThemisTrading)

“Of the 620 bills sponsored by Ron Paul during his long career in the House of Representatives, only four have ever made it to a vote on the House floor.”  (TheAtlantic)

IT’S OFFICIAL: These are the 14 most annoying headline cliches on the web.  (PaulCarr)

Some people are going to lose money when they invest, but that’s a good thing for the whole.  (Interfluidity) also (AbnormalReturns)

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



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