Morning six-pack: What we're reading Friday

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Traders work the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Happy Friday. Investor alert: The Morning Six-Pack is not subject to momentum selling.

On the other hand, the mo-mo stocks are getting absolutely crushed, and this could morph into something pretty ugly by the time it's all over. (Wall Street Journal)

Just in case Thursday's 3 percent selloff didn't send a clear enough message, here are five more reasons to worry about the Nasdaq. (USA Today)

New documents show that reports indicating Samsung had sold 2 million Galaxy Tabs weren't necessarily accurate. (Fortune)

Kathleen Sebelius will be remembered as the poster child of Obamacare's failings. She goes away, though, so that the controversial program can live. (New Yorker)

Similarly, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has become a convenient whipping boy for Washington politicians who hate big banks. He's survived, in a sense, by navigating through the five stages of grief. (Reuters/Breakingviews)

And, finally ... Say it ain't so! Perma-bull Jeremy Siegel is stepping ever so gingerly away from his unbridled market enthusiasm and conceding his 18,000 call for the Dow isn't particularly supported by the economic backdrop.'s Jeff Morganteen has the details.