Month: November 2010

DHUnplugged #91: Mining Stocks and Ireland Woes

Here is our latest conversation . new insights for anyone who invests in anything. This week we highlight a discussion about how Ireland is about to go under

NEW! NEW! We are now tracking the idea stock that Andrew and John highlight in each episode. Here is the link


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The Inside on The S&P Sectors in Early Trading

There is nothing to spook markets like a megalomaniac with nuclear capabilities. Why North Korea fired on their Southern “Neighbor” is anyone’s guess, but the response clearly raises the seriousness of the conflict.

The addition of a stronger dollar due to a better than expected GDP revision, along with renewed fears...

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Why the Sell-Off? Could It Be Fears about FBI Raids on Level Global LP?

The equity markets sold off hard this morning on fears that the Ireland bailout would not be enough to contain the problem. At least that was the initial thoughts from pundits.

Then, news broke about the FBI raiding three different hedge fund offices in relation to the insider trading scandal announced...

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Alexion Pharmaceuticals (ALXN) – Breaking Out (52 Week/All-Time High)

According to reports, Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ALXN) announced today that a Phase 2 clinical study investigating Soliris(R) (eculizumab) as a treatment for patients with atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome (aHUS) who are resistant to plasma therapy met primary and key secondary endpoints with high levels of statistical and clinical significance, according...

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Euro Region Banks – Six Weeks Later

With all of the money backing the necessary bailouts of the EuroZone banks and governments, it looks as if there is little more than continuing fear that has investors pulling money out of related investments.

Even with a $1 trillion or so backstop, the number keep growing on just how much...

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