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Today’s Reading

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Here are some news stories I read today.

* Jon Markman’s 17 stocks that always go up
* Personal bankruptcies hit record high [focus]
* Mortgage applications up 9.9%
* Even rich folks have bag-lady syndrome [focus]
* Keeping new year’s resolutions
* Thousands of customers had problems with TIAA-Cref [focus]
* Too much, too fast for the stock market [focus]
* Four rules for asset allocation [focus]

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