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

Victor Niederhoffer at Daily Speculations makes the case that a lower risk/reward profile outperforms a higher risk/reward profile over time.

Charles Hugh Smith on our “counterfeit economy”, and the twisted accounting and logic by which we achieve “growth.”

Mike Shedlock doesn’t take kindly to President Barack Obama’s recently presented plan to “help responsible homeowners.”

Josh Brown, The Reformed Broker, suggests that many folks may be using a Financial Advisor to have a scapegoat handy.

At the Daily Capitalist, Jeff Harding doesn’t see any signs of a bounce in housing.

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