Doug Kass thinks shorting bond may be the trade of the year.  (TheStreet)

Josh Brown, “Stocks need strength in other stocks at this junction.”  (The Reformed Broker)

Bearish sentiment isn’t always a bullish signal.  (The Technical Take)

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

A look at ICI mutual fund cash stats.  (StockCharts Blog via UpsideTrader)

2010 country stock market performance.  (Bespoke also Carpe Diem)

Institutions have begun to embrace the use of options.  (Barron’s)

How good a job to covered-call closed-end funds at taming volatility?  (Morningstar)

Managed futures mutual funds are having a rough time of it.  (WSJ)

Petrobras (PBR) is planning a huge share sale.  (WSJ)

Goldman Sachs (GS) to shut its proprietary trading desk.  (Bloomberg, WSJ, FT Alphaville, Clusterstock)

Do financial statements tell “the truth”?  (Interfluidity)

How much worse could the US economy get?  (Atlantic Business)

Some alternative takes on the employment situation.  (Econbrowser also Calculated Risk, Pragmatic Capitalism)

What the rising number of “significant” economic indicators means for the markets.  (Ticker Sense)

Whatever happened to the European sovereign debt crisis?  (A Dash of Insight)

Economics is not a science. Indeed, as it stands, it’s not even a social science, it’s more akin to a pseudo-social science.”  (The Psy-Fi Blog)

Search on mobile devices is going to be different than search on desktops.  (SAI)

Can Ping be saved?  (Apple 2.0, A VC)

Robin Nagle, “Every single thing you see is future trash. Everything.”  (The Believer via Daily Dish also DailyFinance)

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