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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Okay, this is some shit you didn’t expect – SAC is going to plead guilty to securities fraud!  (WSJ)

Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock: Fine, I admit there are a handful of bubbles right now…  (Bloomberg)

Greggy on the “W” chart in the Dow that signifies a win.  (DragonflyCapital)

Dan Greenhaus on just how insane this rally has been.  (BusinessInsider)

Lee Cooperman: Here’s what I think of the market and four of my favorite ideas.  (MarketFolly)

My fave read this week so far, Barry O drafts an email to the 80’s Reaganites as his bull market pulls ahead.  (BusinessWeek)

JP Morgan sees ‘most extreme excess’ of global liquidity ever (Telegraph)

European business confidence explodes to 97.8 in September.  (Bloomberg)

Is all hell breaking loose in Puerto Rico? David Kotok explains.  (TBP)

John Cassidy on the Alan Greenspan non-apology.  (NewYorker)

LOL, check out how the Washington Post covered the onset of the Great Depression back in the day:  (WonkBlog)

The greatest books ever, a list for autodidacts.  (FarnamStreet)

Something similar to this happened to me just this week when I found a twenty dollar bill in a sweatshirt pocket from last winter…  (Guardian)

Down vests are hot this fall, here are the best ones out:  (GQ) and (GQ)

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