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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/9/11

In case you missed it, the Fed’s John Williams says the Global Financial System is experiencing “great stress.”

Ed Harrison on why a breakup of the Eurozone appears inevitable.

Europe’s liquidity problems continue to accelerate.  From Zero Hedge.

Yves Smith, from Naked Capitalism, on the irrationality of Ben Bernake’s take on the economy.

My real life job involves lots of pro football, and I’m a fantasy football junkie, so I found this read comparing fantasy football to investing fun.  I maintain the only difference is that for FF you get rewarded for actual results, whereas the markets only rewards you for the perception of actual results.

Binary Options Tutorial offers a take on the implications of MMT, as laid out in this must-read manifesto from Cullen Roche.

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  1. September 9, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    It’s a great distinction to be mentioned in your daily reads.

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