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Stuff I’m Reading this Morning…

Global sell-off continues, US stock futures pick up where they left off on Friday.  (Reuters)

Are small caps overpriced? Joe Light investigates!  (WSJ)

Hedge funds are terrible at timing the gold market.  (Bloomberg)

Andrew Thrasher’s weekly technical outlook is always a good primer on where we stand.  (AThrasher)

Eight (No, Nine!) Problems With Big Data (NYT)

Techmeme is absolutely killing it right now, the tech industry’s must-read site.  (BusinessInsider)

Devastating chart for anyone who says Fed policy isn’t helping to divide the country.  (BusinessInsider)

The wealth management industry is shocked as yet another high-level LPL executive abruptly resigns. What’s going on?  (InvestmentNews)

Herb Greenberg: These were the worst mistakes I’ve made with growth stock coverage.  (TheStreet)

“When the ducks are quacking, feed them” – investors may have gotten their fill of IPOs.  (TRB)

Five behaviors leading you toward disappointment.  (SethsBlog)

Most NYC thing ever – cops and firemen brawl while playing in a hockey game against each other.  (HuffPo)

Nine musicians remember Kurt Cobain on the 20th anniversary of his death.  (TIME)

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