The S&P 500 is once again oversold.  (Bespoke)

Microcap stocks are getting the worst of it of late.  (Money & Co.)

The creator of the Hindenberg Omen has exited the market.  (MarketBeat, ZH, Marketwatch)

Using celebrity market pronouncements as a contrary indicator.  (Big Picture)

September’s historical weakness comes towards the end of the month.  (Trader’s Narrative)

On the challenges of using P/E multiples.  (Lex also Pragmatic Capitalism)

Looking for sources of alpha.  (Humble Student also Greenbackd)

Dividend stocks for a tough environment.  (Pragmatic Capitalism)

China fears the Black Swan!  CIC interested in investing in Taleb-inspired fund.  (WSJ, Felix Salmon)

Buying lottery tickets does not yield positive expected returns.  (Falkenblog also Daily Options Report, Random Roger)

Tail risk insurance comes as a high price.  (John Kemp)

Most takeover rumors are exactly that…rumors.  (Barron’s)

The short and long term state of the housing market and the effect on economic growth and homebuilder stocks. (AR Screencast)

Should ETFs be allowed to include illiquid stocks?  (Felix Salmon)

Why small investors are staying away from the stock market.  (Points and Figures)

Just how much have investors pulled from equity mutual funds this year?  (Felix Salmon, TRB)

More bond bubble talk.  (Tech Ticker, Morningstar, The Source, Economist, The Technical Take)

Somebody needs to remind bond fund investors their funds can go down in value.  (Bucks Blog)

100-year bonds are an indication of a frothy market.  (MarketBeat, WSJ)

What is the appropriate premium of 100-year over 30-year bonds?  (Aleph Blog)

A REALLY long term look at UK bond yields.  (FT Alphaville)

It really doesn’t matter when you rebalance your portfolio.  (CXO Advisory Group)

Coffee prices are at a 13-year high.  (Marketwatch, Planet Money also Afraid to Trade)

Are mergers back?  Kinda, sorta.  (DealBook)

Putting a value on the GM IPO.  (Deal Journal)

Some investors question the value of “public” private equity as more firms line up to go public.  (peHUB)

Japan’s stock market is down some 15% in 2010.  (MarketBeat)

Temp employment continues to surge.  (ValuePlays)

Mark Thoma, “The Fed has been behind the curve since before the crisis started.”  (Economist’s View also Calculated Risk, WSJ, FT Alphaville)

Interesting chart of real GDP by sector and decade.  (EconomPic Data)

Americans are not refinancing with the gusto of yore.  (Real Time Economics)

States and corporations are going to have to revisit their pension fund return assumptions.  (Street Sweep, Designing Better Futures)

What happened to the much hyped Chinese currency revaluation?  (Real Time Economics)

Talk about the BOJ intervening to hold down the Yen.  (FT Alphaville also Marketwatch)

Will Canada be willing to part with Potash Corp. (POT)?  (Deal Journal)

A review of a handful of post-financial crisis books.  (Daniel Drezner)

Why “kids” don’t want to be financial advisors any more.  (The Reformed Broker)

What is the “Jevons Paradox“?  (Economix)

“So, again, did Mark Hurd “revive HP to its former greatness,” as Larry Ellison claims?”  (Jeff Matthews also Free exchange)

Apple iPads are invading corporate America.  (SAI, WSJ)

Cord (cable TV) cutting is real.  (NewTeeVee)

Has tweeting ruined blogging?  (Atlantic Wire)

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