Jason Zweig, ‘The bond market is a bubble, and the little guy is blowing it.”  (WSJ)

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

Americans have little interest in upping their risk tolerance.  (StockCharts Blog)

ETFs are not derivatives.  (Felix Salmon contra Herb Greenberg)

A high momentum and low volatility ETF are both in the pipeline.  (IndexUniverse)

Why are the agricultural commodities tanking?  (The Reformed Broker)

Why sticking with quality stocks works for most investors.  (Aleph Blog)

Why Colombia, even after a big run, may still be worth a look.  (Marketwatch)

More reactions to the Flash Crash report.  (WSJ, Zero Hedge, Econbrowser, Planet Money, MarketBeat)

Basel III will be a new and different opportunity to game the system.”  (The Psy-Fi Blog)

Ethan Devine, “The harsh reality is this: Japan got rich before it grew old, and China will grow old before it gets rich.”  (Foreign Policy)

Sanjeev Kulkarni, “Both China and India face similar problems, but have chosen absolutely diverse solutions.”  (Global Economic Intersection)

Henry Blodget wants to be President of Yahoo! (YHOO).  (SAI also Howard Lindzon)

Why is Facebook splitting its stock?  (Crossing Wall Street, Felix Salmon, GigaOM)

How Facebook could be bigger in five years than Google (GOOG) is today.  (TechCrunch)

How the Big Ten Network changed the landscape of college athletics.  (NYTimes)

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