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  • Is Canada’s Housing Market Going Bust? [View article]
    Thanks for sharing the sentiment from the ground. If anyone wants to have a Letter to the Editor published at our site, we are looking for a Canadian to share insights on how the housing market is changing in real time.

    You can reach us via our Contact page.

    Jul 7, 2010. 10:14 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Transocean's Outrageous $270 Million Windfall From Oil Spill [View article]
    It also leaves room for shareholders and traders to assume something sketchy is going on.
    Jun 17, 2010. 09:42 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Transocean's Outrageous $270 Million Windfall From Oil Spill [View article]
    Transocean officially declined my ask to breakout the accounting of the Deepwater Horizon insurance claim. Something to hide? $RIG
    Jun 16, 2010. 02:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • See more of Seeking Alpha author Wall St.Cheat Sheet  [View instapost]
    Thanks for the support, Boaz!!
    Jun 11, 2010. 09:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Transocean's Outrageous $270 Million Windfall From Oil Spill [View article]
    I have a call with the Transocean accounting team to get a full explanation. Stay tuned.
    Jun 9, 2010. 03:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple iPad Sales, Upgrades Help Shares Buck Market Selloff [View article]
    Swing shorting Apple is for people who don't understand risk-reward or don't want to make effort to find much weaker stocks $AAPL
    Jun 2, 2010. 02:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A steadily rising TED spread, and a drop in Chinese markets that parallels the recent decline in troubled European bourses, seem to indicate that recent jitters extend well beyond the eurozone.  [View news story]
    Smart investors are watching all engines in the global economy, and the EU is not the only one sputtering.
    May 30, 2010. 09:51 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Germany's Right [View article]
    Please note that there's a difference between naked short selling and shorting. Naked short selling means you can sell something you don't own, and take action contrary to the actual owner. If you think it's acceptable, imagine if I could naked short sell your neighbors' homes until the price of your house was a lump of crap. Unless you think that's fair, please don't say you think banning NAKED short selling is interference with capitalism. It's not. You can still short the actual asset.
    May 24, 2010. 08:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is Kraft's CEO Putting Her Career Ahead of the Company? [View article]

    Those numbers speak volumes.
    May 24, 2010. 08:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • This Is What Fear Looks Like [View article]
    Nice thoughts, guys.
    May 12, 2010. 03:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Historian Dr. Charles Geisst on the Street's Fiduciary Duty [View article]
    Those who forget are doomed to repeat ;)

    Stay smart, Jack!
    May 6, 2010. 10:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Were Some in Washington Shorting Markets as Our Portfolios Collapsed? [View article]
    That's 13 people who were stupid enough to short with a domestic account. I am sure there are more who have offshore accounts and tipped off family or friends.
    May 6, 2010. 10:32 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ron Shah Shares Insights into India, China, and Brazil [View article]
    Alan, AMX is in Brazil. Go read about the company. They are all over Latin America.

    Second, since when was Hong Kong not internationally recognized as part of China?

    Ron has lived in all those places, manages investments in all the countries he mentioned, and travels to them every year. I think his diligence qualifies him as an expert.

    All the best,

    Jan 21, 2010. 10:40 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Deficit Spending: The Emperor's Children Also Have No Clothes [View article]
    Thank you to everyone who share their thoughtful comments. Although I admire those who are courageous enough to start a new life in a new land, I also applaud those who know we can stay and fight it. The question remains: how can we shakeup the Repub-Dem oligopoly enough to create real change?

    And thanks to Pat C for being honest. I don't think this situation was created with malicious intent. But I think your solution is the right answer. If everyone your age wants to help fix this mess, seems like we'd have both young and older Americans making this place better for the future generations. Since I have a 5-month old, I desperately want to see this happen so she is not forced to leave.

    Thanks everyone!
    Nov 24, 2009. 09:27 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  •'s Accounting Mess: What Would Jim Cramer Have to Say? [View article]
    Read our site. We have nothing to hide. Instead of issuing blanket buy and sell calls thousands of times a month, we offer our readers stop-loss points and profit targets. That's the ONLY way to responsibly advise people since predicting the future is futile.

    More importantly, this isn't a contest between me and Cramer. I am not trying to prove I am better than him. I am ONLY trying to prove people like Cramer are harming the life savings of innocent people and the man can't even beat an index. Therefore, should the mainstream media hold him up as a guru (CNBC: "In Cramer We Trust") or let him pump his products? We don't think so.

    This is the information age. It's time to start acting like trackrecords are available. And when someone sucks, they need to be fired. That's capitalism and meritocracy. What we have now is cronyism and nepotism.

    On Nov 22 09:21 PM PG13_Funnys wrote:

    > A lot of Comments and Complaining.
    > How about sharing Your BEST &amp; "free" Picks for the readers.<br/>Inc...
    > 1, for each degrading article, so we can track Your expertise and
    > Creditability.
    Nov 23, 2009. 11:30 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment