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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

How do you say Recession en espanol?  (Reuters)

Bobby: “If I were allowed to view only one chart of any market it would be the Dollar Index – I believe that whichever way the dollar breaks will dictate major movements and trend changes across almost all other asset classes/markets over the coming months & years.”  (StockSage)

If the banks start moving higher this market could explode.  (MarketAnthropology)

Bill Simmons on the top 25 storylines of this NBA post-season.  (Grantland)

Hugh Hendry’s back and this time the mad Scotch contrarian is bullish US stocks, bearish all things China.  (ZeroHedge)

Today the World Trade Center’s new tower takes its place atop the NYC skyline, 11 years later.  (NYT)

Don’t be this trader.  (TraderHabits)

Large layoffs loom on Wall Street – the next wave of cuts is here.  (Fortune)

Apple’s market cap now bigger than IBM and Microsoft combined, howyadoing.  (OspreyFlyer)

Every country in the world has its own Married…With Children show, LOL.  (Neatorama)

Felix: Cool it with the Marc Andreessen hero-worship.  (Reuters)

Amazon Bears: Beware.  (BusinessWeek)

Carmen Electra at 40, goddamn.  (DailyMail)

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

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