Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • Doug Kass isn’t impressed. He plans on shorting stocks (BusinessInsider)
  • ‘Misery’: A postscript to ‘the Euro is not unassailable’ (NewEconomicPerspectives)
  •  To understand this economy you must understand what is happening to consumer debt (FT)
  • Ray Dalio on the primary reason to own gold (PragCap)
  • Is a hiring boom on the way? (SmartMoney)
  • Is the stock market voting for Obama? (WSJ)
  • Can we hope for a market twofer:  better jobs and fed easing (CNBC)
  • Why millionaires invest with passive ETFs (Marketwatch)
  • Bob Rubin didn’t see that pool over there (Dealbreaker)
  • I’m not the biggest Springsteen fan in the world, but he is coming to Wrigley this weekend for 2 shows (ChicagoSunTimes); see also, ‘We take care of our own’ (Springsteen)