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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/20/11

Lee Addler of Wall Street Examiner says the current crash is more like 1929 than 1987.

Laszlo Birini points to corporate yields higher than the 10 year Treasury and says “buy mega-caps” with dividends and growth.

David Fry suggests Real Estate as an attractive alternative to a low-reward, high-risk bond market.

The European markets provide yet another example of a failed short-seller ban.  Shocking.

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