Early AM Reads

Some really early morning linkage before the weekend begins:

• The Hindsight Fallacy – The real reason it’s so hard to predict bubbles. (Slate)
• Table of Chinese Reverse Mergers on U.S. Exchanges (Bloomberg)
• Pessimism about National Economy Rises, Personal Financial Views Hold Steady (Pew Research)
• Oil Traders: Tapping Reserve Was ‘Genius’ Move by Obama (CNBC)
Ron Paul worries Fort Knox gold is gone (CNNMoney)
• The Prince Who Blew Through Billions (Vanity Fair)
• Peter Taylor on Al-Qaeda (The Browser)
• Me, Inc. (Boston Review)
• Honda wins big in J.D. Power’s individual segment study (Left Lane)
• The Beer Archaeologist (Smithsonian.com)

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