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  • A trillion dollars has gone missing in the US (The Globe and Mail)
  • The average household had seen a 10% drop in income taking it back to 1995 levels through this “recovery” (WSJ)
  • This should help approval ratings: On the fiscal cliff, Congress weighs another round of kick the can (Politico)
  • Can Debt Spark a Revolution? (The Nation)
  • Lehman Brothers, We Heard You Were Dead (NY Times)
  • Wall Street biz as usual: Brokers churned accounts for nearly $1M while losing $2.7M for clients (InvestmentNews)
  • Even advisers that accept “fiduciary standard” screw their clients (WSJ)
  • UBS Whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld Gets $104 Million (WSJ)
  • Deep Thoughts by Ray Dalio (PragCap)
  • Stock And Bond Valuations Have Entered Uncharted Territory (BizInsider)
  • Don’t Show Me the Money! – Main Street’s fed up with “Wall Street porn” (NY Times)
  • No major North American sports league has lost as many games to work stoppages in the last two decades as the N.H.L. (NY Times)
  • 23 Things John Bonham Did During The Quiet Part Of “Stairway To Heaven” (BuzzFeed)
  • So inspiring: The story behind the flag atop the Old Mill’s smokestacks (VisitBend)

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