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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/21/11

I noted this earlier, but since I post so many bearish articles, in the spirit of (slightly more) balanced representation I thought I should note again that Warren Buffett is buying.

David Kostin, of Goldman Sachs, gets decidedly more bearish.  From Zero Hedge.

Wells Fargo warns that gold is a bubble about to burst.  What else would a bank say?

Marc Andreessen at WSJ says software is the place to be, as a key driver of the global economy.

Sprott Asset Management calls the U.S. Trade Deficit the “Greatest Trade of All-Time”, as we’ve traded paper for an ever-increasing amount of real goods for 36 years and counting.

The strength of the Swiss Franc may wreak havoc on European municipalities with adjustable rates tied to the Franc.

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