Month: January 2009

Links and Reading for January 31st

Some of the more interesting and important items for January 31st :

Davos turns to trade amid fears of protectionism – We need to nip this in the bud (butt) right now. This is not going to help us prosper
Right Forecast by Schiff, Wrong Plan? – – It is...

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OFFICIAL POLL: Mish or Schiff ?

I have been following this closely over the past few days and thought that it would be an interesting idea to have readers voice their thoughts on the controversy that is surrounding the Wall Street Journal Article that explores Mish’s findings regarding Peter Schiff’s “calling the market crash” and his...

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Amazon (AMZN) may be the only retail survivor

Jeff  Bezos must be a happy guy tonight. (AMZN) reported earnings of $0.52 on revenues of $6.7 billion, blowing away analyst expectations of 39 cents  per share  on $6.44 billion.

It was another nice quarter and rather surprising  given the  economic slowdown.  Amazon has been able to do wonders...

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Serious Futures Returns

I just got this info…

A year and a half ago,  INO decided to track the results of  their MarketClub “Trade Triangle” technology in six different markets.

The markets  they decided to trade with this method were corn (CBOT_C), wheat (CBOT_W), soybeans (CBOT_ZS), crude oil (NYMEX_CL), gold (XAUUSDO) and finally the dollar...

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Links and Reading for January 28th

Some of the more interesting and important items for January 28th :

U.S. Injects $1 Billion Into Credit Unions as Losses From Mortgages Mount – Where is all the money coming from? Ooohhh this is going to hurt!
Chinese Premier Blames Recession on U.S. Actions – – Chinese Premier Wen...

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