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By Felix Salmon
January 24, 2011
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Surowiecki devotes his column to warning against investing in Chinese small-caps — TNY

Chicago ballots are being printed tonight, without Rahm’s name — ChiTrib

The effect of the NYT front page: Terrified Investors Sold Out Of Munis At Record Pace Last Week — TBI

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I wasn’t aware “not investing in Chinese smallcaps” is something that one needs to read to column to figure out.

Posted by SGKingsley | Report as abusive

This post is very shallow and topical. What about the thousands of active employees in private companies who accrue compensation in the form of options? What is their outlet now that some companies prohibit active employees from selling their shares? Is there really more money in Venture Capital (angel through growth) then in the public markets?

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