We have updated our all-Goldman Sachs (GS) linkfest to include all the latest links.  Feel free to check it out.   (Abnormal Returns)

Ways to play a market bubble.  (WSJ)

Equity sentiment at week-end.  (Trader’s Narrative)

On the unstable nature of asset class correlations.  (Systematic Relative Strength)

On the advisability of “lifecycle investing on steroids.”  (Abnormal Returns also Felix Salmon, Aleph Blog)

Not all ETFs are tax-efficient.  (WSJ)

A perfect example of a small, unloved company.  (Crossing Wall Street)

Muni bonds are riskier than you think.  (WSJ)

On the timing value of Mark Hulbert’s Stock Newsletter Sentiment Index.  (CXO Advisory Group)

How learning about investing from books can beat experience.  (The Psy-Fi Blog)

Why analysts are still overoptimistic.  (Simoleon Sense)

Finding a new trading home.  (SMB, TraderFeed)

How CME Group (CME) could be a beneficiary of financial reform.  (Barron’s)

China pushes back against a housing bubble.  (Bloomberg)

Government economic statistics are at best estimates.  (Crossing Wall Street)

We need to make a full accounting of the costs of the bank bailout.  (NYTimes)

6 in 10 Americans think taxes are going up next year.  (Economix)

Examples of governments cutting spending do exist.  (NYTimes)

A look at state unemployment rates.  (Calculated Risk, Real Time Economics)

Box office futures get the okay from the CFTC.  (WSJ)

Can a hedge fund make money betting on sports?  (LA Times)

Prolific bloggers are the most popular.  (New Scientist)

Don’t disagree with the hosts on CNBC if you want to come back.  (Daily Options Report)

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