Month: January 2011

The Food Crisis – Rioting Begins

For some time we have been looking at the changes in global forces that have been pushing prices higher on foodstuffs. As a matter of fact, in our 1st Quarter 2011 Economic Review and Commentary, there was a section that squarely focused on the problem.

Here is what we wrote:
With...

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Links and Reading for January 24th

Some of the more interesting and important items for January 24th :

History of market responses to State of the Union – MarketWatch – The chart above shows the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the day after State of the Union addresses, as well as on speeches to joint sessions of...

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TDI Podcast 196: Going Deep into Emerging Markets with Tim Seymour

Guest: Tim Seymour, Emerging Money.com and regular on CNBC’s Fast Money discuss what is occurring in the emerging markets. We get into the rising commodity and inflation situation and how that may effect some particular countries. Tim nalso talks about a few specific stocks that he is looking...

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Links and Reading for January 20th

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

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BofA to Buy Back Bad Loans – Bank of America agreed to pay $2.8 billion to Fannie and Freddie to buy...

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