Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • Stocks jump on Monday after reading on Sept manufacturing showed unexpected expansion (WSJ)
  • Market continues to move in lock-step with initial jobless claims (BusinessInsider)
  • Stock picks from yesterday’s value investing congress (TRB)
  • ISM Commodities Survey: no inflation yet (Bespoke)
  • Spain ready for bailout, Germany signals “wait” (Reuters)
  • The Fed’s job creation myth and the new moral hazard (Breakout)
  • Wirehouse brokerage firms set to lose another 7% of total market share in next 3 years (FinancialPlanning)
  • Hedge fund returns worsen: is ‘enormous unraveling’ near? (CNBC)
  • After some funding problems, Illinois’ prepaid college tuition program is up & running again (ChicagoTribune)
  • Michael Richards joins Jerry Seinfeld (ComediansInCars)