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Gotta Watchit

PBS is airing a great series called Mind Over Money.

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Home Office Design Tips — From a Financial Advisor?

With financial reform and the worldwide economic meltdown on most everyone’s mind, sending a newsletter with fluff like this makes me question whether this advisor is in the loop or out to lunch. C’mon, talk to me about something you’re a credentialed expert in!

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Gotta Love footnoted.org

Financial pros and self-directed investors alike appreciate the work that Michelle Leder at footnoted.org does speaking truth about powerful businesses and the people they overpay to run them. Good to know someone's on the job ferreting out the things companies try to bury in their routine SEC filings.

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February Book Lust


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PIMCO’s Ring of Fire


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January Book Lust

This month we have a fiction entry in Book Lust by writer Barrie Abalard, who reviews the latest book in the series that inspired the Golden Globe winning "Dexter" TV series.

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Repaying the Debt with Alchemy/Science

John Hodgman has quite a gig going with his "You're Welcome" series on The Daily Show. This one's terrific -- our debt ceiling is now a "debt convertible."

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Editing the Fed

I've been so bold as to edit Prince Charles and the pope, so why not the Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank?

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October Book Lust

This month's Book Lust column has guest reviews by a couple of StockTwits friends on financial matters as well as a review of Harvard professor Sander's book on Justice, which I originally heard about on the Diane Rheme Show. Buddha's Brain combines two of my favorite subjects while two other books address the current economic crisis. Please submit your suggestions for November's column.

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High Frequency Trading in Jobless Recovery


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