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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

3 Major Risks to the 4th Quarter.  (PragCap)

Wall Street executives win again as 2008-2009 era stock options increase in value by $330 million. How’s that peanut butter and jelly sandwich you’re eating taste?  (DealBook)

“The world economy will take at least 10 years to emerge from the financial crisis that began in 2008” – IMF Chief  (Reuters)

Oracle’s Larry Ellison says Apple will never be the company it was without Steve Jobs.  (TechTrader)

The number of Presidential elections decided by debates? Zero. Something to keep in mind tonight.  (Wonkblog)

Calling bullshit on the DALBAR Study’s investor behavior conclusions.  (NerdsEyeView)

Ex-SAC guy snitches on Stevie Cohen to the Feds, says inside information was expected.  (Dealbreaker)

Izzy’s Rubiks QE Analogy, in practice. Warning: Super-wonky stuff lies ahead… (FTAlpha)

“BlackRock today started the third phase of a five-year branding campaign, with a series of advertisements telling savers to get out of cash and low-yielding bonds and suggesting they put money in high-quality stocks”  (Bloomberg)

Pick your own Economic Dream Team – whom should the candidates select as their finance czars?  (Reuters)

Congrats to Mumford & Sons on the biggest new album debut of the year!  (Billboard)

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

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