In case you missed it … Ireland is the poster child of what not to do, and Bernanke gets burned by QE

This week the financial headlines seemed to all center around a handful of categories: Ireland and all the things they do wrong, Germany and what they do right, the rest of the EU scrambling in the middle, Bernanke getting flack over QE (still), and China as the next big thing.

If this week’s news stories are any indication, we’re in for a game-changing 2011. Here’s some light reading for you before Thanksgiving.

The Eurozone Shuffle:

The Bernanke Burn:

China, China:

Or, if you’re pressed for time:

If you haven’t already, check out Yohay’s recent posts on Forex Crunch on his Forex portfolio. He writes about the Trade Leaders Investment Program, and you can watch a Forex investment portfolio as it develops in real time. Pretty exciting stuff!

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