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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Albert Edwards on Australia: “Of all the bubbles I have seen over the last 30 years in this industry, this one is even more obvious than the rather prominent nose on my increasingly haggard face.”  (FTAlphaville)

“What is the worst business you can imagine? It would be retail…”  (CassandraDoesTokyo)

Americans polled believe gold to be the “safest” investment (28%) followed by real estate (20%).  (TBP)

3 Likely Triggers of the Next Recession.  (PragCap)

Sam Antar on the Green Mountain Coffee fucksplosion.  (WhiteCollarFraud)

What does the “Natural Gas King” retiring say about the prospects for nat gas?  (Bloomberg)

Tom Brakke: “sell-side analysts will look past certain things for long periods of time — and buy-side clients will too.  Then something happens that quickly changes the dynamics and the price.”  (ResearchPuzzle)

The Fly rolls out the all new iBankCoin redesign. Congrats to the boys.  (iBankCoin)

Mutual funds finding out the hard way that investors now care about fees.  Flat markets will do that.  (BusinessWeek)

Brian Lund on working with stop losses – not so easy.  (bclund)

Fred Savage all grown up and making his mark on modern comedy.  Always liked that kid.  (GQ)

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






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