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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

The 2-and-20 era is over.  (FocusOnFunds)

Tesla gives investors a “reality check.”  (ValueWalk)

More signs that the Japanese economy is ready to break out.  (BusinessInsider)

The supply of Twitter shares is set to increase dramatically in the months following the company’s IPO.  (Quartz)

How should we think about Twitter’s economic moat?  (Morningstar)

How Dennis Gartman got rich by being wrong.  (CrosshairsTrader)

Who are the top candidates for the Microsoft CEO gig?  (Reuters)

Greggy: “this is the time to tell Peter Schiff to go F’ himself, sell your Gold and buy Stocks.”  (DragonflyCapital)

The biggest little secret in money management.  (CapitalSpectator)

What the domestic energy revolution could mean for your portfolio.  (BlackRock)

Twitter’s users are young and super into news consumption.  (journalism.org)

Mercedes Benz sales explode 15% in October, nearing new record.  (Reuters)

Great parallel for investors: Hollywood still believes there is a tried-and-true formula to produce winners.  (SethsBlog)

Why Eminem matters right now.  (TheAtlantic)

Gentlemen: Your guide to buying a winter coat this season.  (GQ)

Michael Keaton confirms that Beetlejuice 2 is a go. Not a typo.  (TMZ)

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