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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 2/1/12

With a “Golden Cross” imminent, Tony Pallotta at Macrostory notes that the indicator is 2 for 2 since 2009, with the benefit of overt QE in both instances.  Are we due for a repeat?

Chris Kimble notes that a “Golden Cross” is close to occurring in the high yield bond sector as well.

At PragCap, Cullen Roche notes that the CBO is projecting a significant decline in the government deficit in coming years… and why, according to MMT, that may be a very bad thing.

From Zero Hedge, Bill Gross suggests “the death of abundance” is fast approaching.

With Facebook’s IPO imminent, Barry Ritholtz provides a list of questions investors should be asking.

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