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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 3/25/12

At chrismartinsen.com, Pulitzer prize winner Gretchen Morganson on Wall Street’s “second set of standards” that involves precious little accountability.

From Zero Hedge, $270B in student loans are 30 days delinquent.  Is this is next bubble to threaten the financial system?

David Schawel from Market Musings makes the case for remaining “long” risk assets.

Comstock Partners makes the case that we are still in a secular bear market.

 

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