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    Check out my Global Valuation Heat Map
    1/28/11
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        amscott8: thinking it has something to do with option expiration but as someone long RWM it's annoying .
        1/21/11
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            Anyone know why $RWM (short Russell 2000) and $IWM (long Russell 2000) are both down ~0.4%?
            1/21/11
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                Perseverance is not a long race; it is many short races one after another.
                1/6/11
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                    RE: Quick Poll. My sense, market up after jobs report tomorrow.
                    1/6/11
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                        $NURO - trading 60% of Net Working Capital - announces new strategy today. $.59/share w/ $.65 net cash /share but using $.14 in op cash/qtr.
                        1/4/11
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                            Power consumption since 2000. China up 234%.....U.S. down 1.25%.
                            1/3/11
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                                Econ Data: SLM Manufacturing 57.0 vs 57.2 - Consensus, 56.6 - Prior and Construction Spending 0.4% vs .1% - C and .7% P.
                                1/3/11
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                                    RE: Shiller. Why I think his 2020 forecast may be overly optimistic. See my latest article.
                                    1/3/11
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                                        On econ calendar for tomorrow: SLM Manufacturing 57.2 - Consensus, 56.6 - Prior and Construction Spending .1% - C and .7% P.
                                        1/2/11
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                                            Over past 3 yrs the avg S&P500 return is 0% but the geometric (compound) return is -5%. Demonstrates importance of limiting large losses.
                                            1/2/11
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                                                If I'd only followed #CNBC's advice, I'd have a million dollars today. Provided I'd started with a hundred million dollars. ~Jon Stewart
                                                1/2/11
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                                                    Fannie / Freddie CEO's set to make, not earn ~$6M each for 2010. Combined posted $28B in losses thru 3 qtrs and owe Treasury combined $150B.
                                                    1/2/11
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                                                        Over last 3 yrs the avg S&P500 return is 0% but the geometric (compound) return is -5%. Demonstrates importance of limiting large losses.
                                                        1/2/11
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                                                            Hey, I got the last article of the year on #SA. Do I win a prize? J/K Happy New Year! Make it a great one!
                                                            1/1/11
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                                                                $NFLX was the top performing S&P500 stock of 2010 up +226%. $DF was the worst -51.5%. See instablog for entire top/bottom 20.
                                                                12/31/10
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                                                                    To all those excited for what #2011 has in store...#toast!
                                                                    12/31/10
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                                                                        Since 1950 65% of last trading days of the year were up days. Avg gain .44%. No sig difference between up yrs '10 or down years like '08.
                                                                        12/30/10
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                                                                            Goal for '11 is to become a top 75 author and top 10 instablogger. Check out my articles/comments and consider following. Thanks.
                                                                            12/30/10
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                                                                                Live Mtg / rent free for a year? Slowest states, on average, to foreclose: MA 373 days, CA 367, MD 358, NY 344.
                                                                                12/30/10
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