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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/24/11

China PMI and hushed excitement over the possibility of QE3 puts “risk on” for a day.

Paul Ferrell at Marketwatch on the imminent confluence of environmental and economic disaster.

More charts on the burgeoning liquidity crunch in Europe, from Zero Hedge.

This Seeking Alpha authors contends that 2011 is not 2008.

Cullen Roche says, no, it’s worse.

Chris Kimble’s thoughts the likelihood of a market rally, and the possibility that gold is in a parabolic bubble.

Stephen Towns says gold’s not in a bubble, paper is.

As a follow-up to my note on JAG breakout out, I wrote this longer form analysis for Seeking Alpha.  It’s worth noting that Chris Kimble is very cautious on gold miners.

Bloomberg on the Fed’s Trillion-plus in low interest lending to Wall Street.  They’re both broke, so why not to delinquent homeowners?  That’s not how we do it around here.

Drifting away from financial markets, here’s an interesting article about Google’s sometimes subtle impact on our lives.

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