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Every S&P 500 sector is overbought.  (Bespoke)

52-week highs have rolled over.  (MarketBeat)

Newsletter writers are pretty complacent.  (Marketwatch)

More evidence that options buyers are too bullish.  (Trader’s Narrative)

What happens when stocks and bond yields hit simultaneously.  (Quantifiable Edges)

Investors really love the junkiest bonds.  (FT Alphaville, EconomPic Data)

Continue favoring growth over value.  (Crossing Wall Street)

Will the VXX ever go up?  (Daily Options Report)

Vikram Pandit thinks the Citigroup (C) turnaround is taking hold.  (NYTimes also Dealbreaker)

Some tips on how to value a stock.  (Financial Adviser)

Is Apple (AAPL) the next Goldman Sachs (GS)?  (MarketBeat also Sentiment’s Edge)

The Grundlach vs. TCW saga continues.  This time mutual fund launches.  (Money & Co., Bloomberg Magazine)

More competition is coming to the interest rate futures business.  (WSJ)

The Canadian dollar hits parity.  (FT also Fund My Mutual Fund, Market Blog)

Australia continues to raise benchmark interest rates.  (Money Supply)

Insufficient data alert. (A Dash of Insight)

How to become a better trader:  trade.  (Kirk Report)

Why California’s bond credit rating is actually going up, not down.  (Money & Co.)

Who is to blame for the municipal derivatives mess?  (Mike Konczal)

Some positive looking economic charts.  (Economist’s View, Free exchange)

The inventory-to-sales ratio is back to normal.  (Economist’s View)

Some day soon rising commodity prices will hit retail consumers.  (Bespoke)

The bear market in housing has a long way to go.  (Felix Salmon)

Greek bonds taking it on the chin.  (FT Alphaville, MarketBeat)

Steve Randy Waldman, “The US should prefer real appreciation via wage growth in China to appreciation via a sharp change in nominal exchange rates.”  (Interfluidity)

Are companies taking advantage of unpaid interns?  (Atlantic Business, Bloomberg)

On Wall Street “even big mistakes have no consequences.”  (DealBook)

Barry Ritholtz, “Experience shows us that most of these commentators are not honest brokers of information, analysis or opinion.”  (Big Picture earlier Abnormal Returns)

The age of the rockstar economist is over.  (The Reformed Broker)

Does the iPad mean cloud computing has arrived?  (The Big Money)

Is Apple making a strategic mistake in its approach to media?  (HBR)

Will Skype be acquired?  (Tech Trader Daily)

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