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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 8/27/11

James Kostohryz got what he expected from Jackson Hole, and thinks monetary stimulus is coming down the line.

Cullen Roche contends Bernanke is all talk, and has no bullets left.

The risk Hurricane Irene poses to insurance stocks, from Minyanville.

Lance Roberts on the long-term drag baby boomers pose to the market.  Demographics 101, from Zero Hedge.

Richard Koo says the U.S. is turning into Japan.

Cullen Roche continues to preach proper understanding of our monetary system, MMT style.

In case you didn’t hate TBTF banks enough already, Yves Smith provides another anecdotal reason to hate.

Steve Jobs’ life in chart form, from Barry Ritholtz.

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