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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

“U.S. central bankers have $3 trillion of losses reminding them they had better get their communications right should they decide to taper their bond purchases.”  (Bloomberg)

Fightin’ Joe Donahue with the trader’s takeaway from the Flash Freeze.  (UpsideTrader)

Felix Salmon on the Flash Freeze and other “mostly harmless” data crashes.  (Reuters)

Jason Kephart debunks the myth of the stock picker’s market  (InvestmentNews)

How to track volume and money flows for a stock.  (StockCharts)

Why September is the worst month of the year for stocks.  (StockTradersAlmanac)

Moody’s Considers Downgrade of Major Banks (AmericanBanker)

F-Squared managing director Richard Weed on how they use ETFs for alpha capture.  (ETFdb)

Elon Musk getting a crash-course in doing business in China – someone already owns the name “Tesla” there.  (Reuters)

All hell breaks loose in the Indian economy, thanks Bernanke.  (TheEconomist)

The recent key developments you need to know about across emerging markets.  (MarcToMarket) and (MoneyBeat)

Uber is now worth $3.5 billion – and Google is an early investor.  (AllThingsD)

Twitter co-founder Ev Williams is going the other way with his other start-up, Medium.  (BusinessWeek)

25 things that were totally normal in 1999.  (Buzzfeed)

Ben Affleck is the new Batman.  (HollywoodReporter)

The God of SNL Will See You Now.  (NYT)

Meet the other Kendrick, Anna:  (GQ)

Hope you caught this, it’s hilarious – Hitler flips out over the Nasdaq halt.  (Mixtape)

Don’t miss The Takeaway, my daily linkfest for financial advisors (InvestmentNews)

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