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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Mitt Romney: What I Learned at Bain Capital.  (WSJ)

Citigroup is ripping $400 million away from John Paulson’s funds. Wait – where the f*** did Citigroup get 400 million dollars from?   (Reuters)

Jason Zweig: “there’s no reason why investors need to let their portfolios be rattled by the traders flickering around them at blinding speed.”  (TotalReturn)

The 10 biggest hedge fund hotel stocks.  (PragCap)

On the similarities between 2012 and 1987. Great.  (SeekingAlpha)

China’s facing a huge buildup of unsold goods, bags and boxes of shit all over the place.  (NYT)

The GOP looks ahead, establishes a new commission as party policy to look into reestablishing gold’s like with dollar.  (FT)

Active ETFs – only $7 billion in AUM so far, but all the big shops want in.  (ETFTrends)

Is Canada about to waltz into its very own sub-prime debacle?  (EuroPacificCapital)

The death of the homepage meme is starting up as more site traffic begins coming in “sideways.”  (NiemanLab)

Tadas: We need a broader definition of alpha.  (AbnormalReturns)

Things Apple is Worth More Than: A full year’s worth of prescription medication sales.  (TAIWMT)

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

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