Signs of an oversold market.  (Quantifiable Edges, Trader’s Narrative, Fund My Mutual Fund, MarketBeat, Credit Writedowns)

The S&P 500 sliced through its 200 day moving average on increasing volume.  (Bloomberg, AlphaTrends, MarketBeat)

What happens after a 3% down day?  (Bespoke)

When volatility spikes, it spikes hard and fast.  (Barron’s)

Maybe the flash crash was telling us something we didn’t want to hear.  (chessNwine, Felix Salmon)

Doug Kass is seeing value in this market.  (TheStreet)

James Altucher sees panic:  time to buy.  (Financial Adviser)

Stocks are still 20% overvalued.  (The Money Game)

You can’t wait for clear skies to invest.  (A Dash of Insight)

Good news:  companies are raising dividends left and right.  (Crossing Wall Street)

A warning to technicians:  fundamentals can trump technicals.  (CSS Analytics)

Do safe havens still exist?  (WSJ)

David Einhorn still likes gold.  (Marketwatch)

On the difference between SPDR Gold Trust (GLD) and Sprott Physical Gold Trust (PHYS).  (IndexUniverse)

This is a surprise.  A 13F that discloses short positions.  (market folly)

Extreme up days do not necessarily imply future weakness.  (CXO Advisory Group)

What Goldman Sachs (GS) needs to do to get its premium valuation back.  (The Source earlier Abnormal Returns)

What is Jon Corzine up to at MF Global (MF)?  (Deal Journal)

Hugh Hendry on the case against China.  (FT Alphaville)

On the “wacky state” of the junk bond market.  (peHUB)

What is the Libor market telling us at the moment?  (Professor Pinch, BondSquawk, MarketBeat)

The disconnect inherent in Fed policy.  (Tim Duy)

Rail traffic continues to rebound.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

Fears of a double dip return.  (FT)

There are three main provisions in the bank reform bill. Do they go far enough?  (Planet Money also Slate, TNR, WSJ, MarketBeat)

Carried interest=VC tax break.  (Baseline Scenario)

Do the creators of Lost owe fans anything?  (Gawker)

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