Dow 10,000 gives you a great opportunity to re-evaluate your portfolio.  (Felix Salmon)

It’s a bull market now matter how you slice it.  (Bespoke)

The US Dollar is lower against nearly every currency except the Chinese renminbi.  (NYTimes)

The final words on the “smart guys ruined Wall Street” thesis.  (Dealscape, FT Alphaville)

Grains have not participated in the “rally in everything.”  (FT Alphaville)

Cognitive bias is the sole reason I do not watch the news during the trading day.”  (Anne Marie’s Trading Blog)

Mark Carhart is getting back into the hedge fund business.  (Reuters)

Goldman Sachs being proud of their performance this year is like the Harlem Globetrotters bragging that they went undefeated. It’s not really a normal competition.”  (NPR)

Is Goldman Sachs (GS) more hedge fund than bank?  (Rolfe Winkler also Felix Salmon)

The only foolproof way to change Wall Street is from the bottom up.  (HarvardBusiness via Zero Beta)

10 year TIPS-implied inflation is around 1.75%.  (Carpe Diem also The Technical Take)

Looking at the causes of the oil bubble and what it means for the price of oil post-crisis.  (The Stash)

Signs that the recession is over.  (Calculated Risk, Bespoke)

Hedge funds have garnered some clout on The Hill.  (DealBook)

Why isn’t there more political unrest at this point in the economic cycle?  (naked capitalism, Baseline Scenario)

High unemployment and rising gasoline prices are pushing California to the “breaking point.”  (Gregor Macdonald)

Despite being blamed for many of our economic ills, business schools are thriving.  (Economist)

Will there still be Bloomberg boxes on traders’ desks in ten years?  (Silicon Alley Insider also Howard Lindzon)

Are the other big biz magazines, Fortune and Forbes, doomed to the same fate as BusinessWeek?  (The Deal)

The reviews for the most anticipated economics book of the year (oxymoron?), Super Freakonomics, are trickling in.  (Marginal Revolution, Time, EconLog)

“So it’s entirely possible that Windows 7 will be good for both Microsoft (MSFT) and Apple (AAPL).”  (Daring Fireball)

On the dead weight costs of holiday giving.  (Real Time Economics)

Just how much does it cost to endow a professorship?  (Economix)

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