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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 10/1/12

From Zero Hedge, Mark Grant makes the case that the effectiveness of central bank largesse is coming to an end, soon.

John Hussman remains extremely defensive, believing that QE distorts financial markets without any transmission mechanism by which to reach the real economy.

Charles Hugh Smith makes the compelling case that inflation is most rampant in the places where Federal Government directly intervenes: healthcare and education.

 

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