Monday’s Must-Read Articles: U.S. Set to Become World’s Biggest Oil Producer

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U.S. Set to Become World’s Biggest Oil Producer – FT Alphaville

U.S. Oil Output to Overtake Saudi Arabia’s by 2020 – Bloomberg

U.S. to Be World’s Top Oil Producer in 5 Years – The New York Times

 Stocks Are Oversold – Bespoke 

Seriously, Apple Is Doomed – Daring Fireball

Will This Election Settle Republicans’ Ayn Rand Debate? – Bloomberg

Why Are Stock Funds So Bad? – The Wall Street Journal

China’s Economic Growth and American Fears – Economix

China’s Growing Copper Fetish – FT Alphaville

Investor Doomsday? Not Necessarily – The New York Times

Here’s An Insane Chart Showing Just How Much The Fiscal Cliff Is Being Hyped – Business Insider

Buffett’s Latest Bargain: Berkshire Hathaway  – Barron’s

Innovation Is America’s Key Problem — Not Uncertainty – Slant

Stanford-Rooted Companies Would Form World-Sized Economy – BusinessWeek

Occupy’s New Mission: Forgiving Peoples’ Debt  – Fortune

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