Thursday 7atSeven: volatile opportunities

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Has volatility peaked?  (SurlyTrader)

All or nothing days are the rule these days.  (Bespoke)

Three ways to profit from extreme volatility.  (A Dash of Insight)

How Microsoft ($MSFT) wins when Android does well.  (parislemon, WSJ)

Germany votes an expanded EFSF despite reservations about a broader Europe.  (Bloomberg, WSJ)

Is $0.36 on the dollar a good price for Greek bonds?  (NYTimes)

Jeffrey Gundlach has no European holdings.  (Deal Journal)

Is America giving up on its future?  (Umair Haque)

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