Weekend Reads

This week kicked off with the first big hiccup in the 2012 rally, but here at the end of the week that decline has nearly been erased by the last three days of gains. The iPad is new, non-farm payroll numbers are better than expected, and the bull market is now 3 years old. Definitely not a dull week. Here’s what we’re reading headed into the weekend:

  • Big clients on the hook at MF Global (Reuters)
  • US debt is a lot like money (The Economist)
  • The big winners of the 3-year bull (Forbes)
  • Why UNG is one of the worst ETFs ever (ETF Daily News)
  • MF Global executives might be getting bonuses? (Bloomberg)

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