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Consumer discretionary stocks continue to lead the market. (All Star Charts)
A really long term look at gold vs. equities. (Money Game)
Apple ($AAPL) is now almost worth as much as Google ($GOOG) and Microsoft ($MSFT) combined. (SAI)
Netflix ($NFLX) is disrupting itself, but is it doing it the right way? (Slate, Atlantic Business, GigaOM)
Time Warner ($TWX) should think about the implications of a Netflix split. (WSJ)
George Soros hires a new money manager. (WSJ, Dealbreaker, Dealbook)
Welcome to 21st century monetary policy. (Pragmatic Capitalism)
S&P downgrades Italy. (FT Alphaville, Bloomberg, Money Game)
Greece should just get it over with already. (The Reformed Broker)
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