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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 9/15/11

Market Story stays the 9/14 rally was a short squeeze, not accumulaton.

Zero Hedge on the mounting dangers within the shadow banking system.

Lance Roberts makes the case that the U.S. economy has been in decline for 30 years.

Data Diary notes that copper has started to break down more severely… not surprising given the Dollar’s recent breakout.

European leaders re-committed to Greece, leading to a rally.  Really?  Wow.  I didn’t see that lip-service coming.

TraderMark on the highly-correlated – essentially, binary – nature of the current market.

Goldman cut its year-end S&P target from 1400 to 1250.  From Zero Hedge.

Chris Kimble notes that extreme caution is still in order.

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  1. September 15, 2011 at 10:00 am

    That tradermark story is a great find.

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