Some things I’m reading this morning:

  • The market’s internal quarrel (Barrons)
  • Avoiding Japan will cost you money, and it’s far from over (UpsideTrader)
  • A lesson from Warren Buffet: doubt yourself (WSJ)
  • The backlash against Europe’s austerity is intensifying (Economist)
  • Warren Buffet sees brutal damage for savers for all the central bank money printing (Telegraph)
  • Cramer: a new dawn for Europe? (TheStreet)
  • Hedge fund manager & philanthropist Paul Tudor Jones’ Robin Hood foundation featured on 60 Minutes (60minutes)
  • In the Chicago public school system, promises are made to be broken (ChicagoReader)