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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 5/2/12

The Dallas Fed’s media guide on why TBTF must end.

Charles Hugh Smith on the inverted wealth pyramid, and the ghostly collateral supporting the ponzi.

U.S. equity has rebounded from the initial breakdown of its rising wedge, and Chris Kimble’s notes continued strength from high yield bonds, typically a bullish indication.

From Washington’s Blog, a quick survey of the rampant Central Bank activism undertaken worldwide.

Speaking of active monetary policy, Ron Paul vs Paul Krugman on Bloomberg:

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