Month: December 2009

GDP In Charts – Incompetence or Stretching the Truth ?

Let me recall something for a second…. Ahhh yes, we were told that the economy was strong, surpassing all expectations when the initial GDP for for the 3rd quarter was released last month. Then, not so good as the revisions came in under, closer to 2.8%. Now the final tally...

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The 15 Hottest Articles of the Week

For the Week of December 13, 2009 – December 19, 2009. The week’s most read stories on The Disciplined Investor.com – in order of popularity. Want it faster? You can get instant updates via Twitter. Follow @andrewhorowitz.

1. Potash (POT) Crashing Down From Its High (SHORT IDEA)

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Indicators We Are Watching – Baltic Index Tumbles

The Baltic Dry Index continues to move lower at a quick pace. This is not what we want to see in a recovery. This is a simple discussion of supply and demand and it is obvious that demand is not there, just yet.

Other indicators are showing...

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TDI Podcast 140: Bernanke and The Fed Control America

Guest: Ed Griffin, Author and Andrew discuss the history of the Federal Reserve and how it actually controls America. We also explore how it works and the problems that it causes. Andrew also goes over a few investing ideas, the economics of a double dip and a few other tidbits...

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Links and Reading for December 20th

Some of the more interesting and important items for December 20th :

Buyer beware: Google may turn into Yahoo – We need to discuss this….
Take-Two Loss Widens Icahn Reports 11.3% Stake – Get the game out already!
Sugar extends record breaking run – SWEET
Currencies: Dollar rises to 3-month high...

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