Month: October 2010

TDI Podcast 185: Me, Myself and I – How I See It… (And Some Listener Q/A)

Guest: ME! Yes, I spend the show alone – just you and me talking about the most important financial topics that we need to consider. QE2, Politics, markets and earnings are all in this episode.

Some stocks to short? Yup, we discuss that too. Some of your questions? Yes sir/ma’am!!!

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Links and Reading for October 29th

Some of the more interesting and important items for October 29th :

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Baidu Profit Beats...

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THE YEN IS RISING, THE YEN IS RISING!

If we close at this level, it will be official. The Yen will be trading at the highest it has ever traded against the U.S. dollar.

What does that say for how bad Japan’s situation is?

It is the right time and the right place…perhaps we will wake up over the weekend...

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Commodity Chartbook: YIKES! No Inflation My @$^!

It appears that we are seeing inflation fellas! Just look at the grains and the metals and look us straight in the eyes and say there is deflation.

Sure, the CPI in the U.S. looks like a flat-line, but it is important to remember that statistics and real-life often are different.

Commodity...

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Consumer Confidence – Are They?

There is a definite bifurcation in the latest readings of both the UMich and Conference Board’s recent confidence reports.

From our friends over at Briefing.com:

The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index increased from 48.6 in September to 50.2 in October. The Briefing.com consensus called for the index to climb to 49.0.
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