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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 3/6/12

Zero Hedge on the grand irony of the Dallas Fed’s Richard Fisher expressing dismay at the market’s fixation on QE3.  Anyone at the Fed ever heard of Pavlov’s Dog?

Chris Kimble notes that breakdowns are occurring in basic materials and small caps while major indexes are at resistance.

At Seeking Alpha, Mark Gomes offers a collection of five small caps with big upside potential, along with his rationale.

Walter Kurtz takes a Sober Look at the growing mountain of student loan debt.

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