Heed Dr. Copper.  (TheStreet)

Equity sentiment at week-end.  (Trader’s Narrative, The Technical Take)

The real mega-bears chart updated.  (dshort)

Weighing the week ahead.  (A Dash of Insight)

Megacaps show more death crosses.  (chessNwine)

What fund managers can do to help their investors in these hard times.  (WSJ)

How John Paulson is doing year-to-date.  (Marketwatch)

Everybody and their brother is getting into the long-short equity mutual fund game.  (Morningstar)

We are nearing the best part of the presidential election cycle.  (A Disciplined Approach to Investing)

“Understanding that market falls of 50%, or more, are normal – if rare – is an important element of a strong investor’s psyche.”  (The Psy-Fi Blog)

Using Morningstar fund ratings to rule out the truly bad funds.  (CBS Moneywatch)

Why Treasury bonds are once again so popular.  (NYTimes, Marketwatch, CNNMoney)

Money is flowing out of equity and high yield bond funds.  (Zero Hedge)

How to play gold without getting killed.  (ROI)

Quants are rebuilding their models to be more flexible.  (InvestmentNews)

In defense of Warren Buffett.  (Fundmastery Blog)

On the importance of feeding information into the market versus extracting it via technical data.  (Rajiv Sethi also DailyFinance)

Are bank credit card portfolios really getting better?  (Curious Capitalist)

Six banks made money in ’09.  The rest in aggregate didn’t.  (Big Picture)

Don’t expect the finance reform bill to prevent the next financial crisis.  (NYTimes also The Reformed Broker)

A look at the “disappointingly sluggish” recovery.  (Econbrowser)

The case for the US economy is still intact.  (Financial Adviser)

The relentless effect of a growing population on demand.  (Value Plays)

State and local governments continue to shed jobs.  (Economist’s View also Worthwhile Canadian Initiative)

Income matters more so than jobs.  (Zero Hedge also Pragmatic Capitalism)

Hungary isn’t Greece.  (Bloomberg, Calculated Risk also Atlantic Business)

Putting Hungary into perspective.  (Bespoke also MarketBeat)

Who holds Europe’s loans?  (NYTimes)

How George Soros broke the Pound.  (The Atlantic)

Our search for “extreme energy” is both expensive and dangerous.  (Slate)

CNBC’s ratings are down even in the face of market volatility.  (Benzinga)

Predictions aplenty on what will happen at Apple’s WWDC on Monday.  (Apple 2.0, The Apple Blog)

Is the Internet making you dumber or smarter?  (WSJ, ibid)

What John Wooden can teach you about trading.  (SMB Training)

Scott Adams, “Ideas are worthless. Execution is everything.”  (Dilbert Blog)

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