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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/17/11

This guy says volatile streaks often signify a bottom, although the numbers I looked at suggested otherwise.

Billionaire Wilbur Ross says he’s been taking advantage of this buying opportunity.

Louise Yamada, a well known market technician, says long-term sell signals are abundant in world markets.

From Zero Hedge, is high yield corporate yield warning of impending recession?

PragCap wonders if we’re following in Japan’s footsteps.

The Daily Beast says “fear not”, it’s not 2008.

Bruce Bartlett at NYT says the problem lies in a “lack of aggregate demand, stupid.”

Interesting interactive guide on whether it’s better to buy or rent where you live.

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