Month: November 2012

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Retail Sales – First Drop in Four Months (CHARTS)

Retail sales slumped this month, even as consumer confidence has been riding higher.

(Bloomberg) — Retail sales in the U.S. fell in October for the first time in four months, influenced by the effects of superstorm Sandy, which hurt receipts for some and helped for others.

The 0.3 percent drop followed a...

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Latin American Currencies – Forecasting The Leader

An interesting view on Bloomberg this week:

In an October note to clients, Bank of America Corp. said the Mexican peso is Latin America’s “most attractive” currency and “remains significantly undervalued”. Bloomberg functions show why banks see value in the peso and project it to outperform other Latin American currencies through...

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Since Election: Guess Which Stocks Have Been Shooting Higher?

Gun manufacturers! That is great as we own them, but concerning as well from a societal standpoint.

From IBD:
Gun maker Sturm Ruger (RGR) has climbed sharply on sentiment that firearm sales will rise due to fears that a re-elected President Obama will tighten gun control laws.

The stock jumped above the...

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8th Annual Podcast Awards: Vote Today!!!!!!

The 8th Annual Podcast Awards are now in the voting stage. Amazingly, you have helped to put both of my podcasts in the running for an award. Now comes the part where you can vote for your favorite show and I hope that you will choose The Disciplined Investor and/or...

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