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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Welcome to the April 2012 Chopfest, where good news from Apple fixes Spain, apparently.  (MarketMontage)

Hedge funds find a better set of data to make their case, you know, for existence. Matt Levine reports:  (Dealbreaker)

A tale of two recoveries in the labor market.  (TBP)

The non-traded REIT scam kicks into overdrive.  (WSJ)

Money manager Robert Williamson found dead in his car, underwater.  (FINS)

Netflix looks pretty f*cked.  (NewYorker)

SEC investigating whether Hollywood companies are using bribery in China to get their films played. I have no idea why.  (NYT)

Bank of America’s favorite 30 “Global Wave” stocks.  (BusinessInsider)

The Street is pumping junk bonds as Europe implodes.  This should go really well.  (Bloomberg)

10 quick facts about the upcoming ConocoPhillips spin-off (disclosure: long).  (SeekingAlpha)

What the hell went on at the New York Athletic Club on Friday night?  (Dealbreaker)

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