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  • PIMCO's Dynamic Income Fund Is A Buy [View article]
    Good.
    Apr 13 05:02 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • There's trouble brewing again in sovereign bailout land as Portugal's Constitutional Court strikes down austerity measures in a binding decision that is expected to create a gap of €860M in the country's budget. The move could put Portugal's international bailout package in jeopardy although some economists believe a workaround is possible, according to WSJ[View news story]
    Austerity doesn't works. Spain is a perfect example of what happens when austerity is implemented on the workers.
    Apr 8 02:05 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Cypriot finance minister Michael Sarris says "significant progress" has been made Saturday in discussions with the Troika. Officials appear to be leaning towards a deal which will tax deposits over €100K by 25%. Sarris says a proposal may be ready as early as Saturday evening but some in parliament say a vote may not occur until after Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades meets with EU officials in Brussels Sunday. [View news story]
    The rich getting some of the bitter medicine they have brought upon the poor.
    Mar 23 02:26 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market recap: Stocks cut their losses late to close mixed after lawmakers in Cyprus voted against the proposed levy on bank deposits, but the modest volume yesterday and today makes the market action look like profit-taking rather than a fear-based trade. Despite a solid U.S. housing report, consumer discretionary, energy and materials seen as tied to economic growth led decliners. [View news story]
    Stocks need a little bit more of downside to make shorts pounce...
    Mar 19 11:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • McDonald's Profit Margins Are Going Down [View article]
    The amount of meat per burger has been decreasing for a couple of years now. I don't like their taste. I only go for the cafe.
    Mar 8 09:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry Z10 U.K. Pricing Remains At A Premium, Despite Misleading Analyst Report [View article]
    700K units should be doable.
    Mar 7 05:43 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What It Really Costs To Mine Gold: The Goldcorp Edition [View article]
    Nice article.

    Been long GG since 2005.
    Mar 6 04:04 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wall Street Breakfast: Must-Know News [View article]
    Dow Hitting new all time highs....

    But...but Obama is a shooshalist!!!!!
    Mar 6 09:10 AM | 13 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market recap: A broad-based surge in stocks propelled the Dow nearly 100 points higher than its previous all-time high close, led by financials, industrials and techs, sectors which underperformed yesterday. The move is seen as a strong fundamental signal on top of solid readings on U.S. manufacturing and services. With today's gains met by such deep rank-and-file skepticism, more upside could remain ahead. [View news story]
    My account disagrees with you. $$$$
    Mar 5 05:55 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fed Vice Chair Janet Yellen surprises no one, calling for the central bank to press on with its asset purchases. It's the usual story - the benefits are obvious, the costs negligible, if any. QE will continue, she says, until there is substantial improvement in the outlook for the labor market. [View news story]
    Tuna, new all time highs. How does it feels to be crushed for three straight years? Hahahahahaha

    Where are the doomers???? LMAO!
    Mar 5 12:11 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The DJIA is up 0.6% in early trade to 14,211, surpassing the October 11, 2007 intraday all-time high of 14,198. The record closing high is 14,164. [View news story]
    Doomers where's the crash?? Where is Schiff? Where is sheeple 2012? LMAO!!!!

    Keep shorting....hahahahaha...
    Mar 5 12:09 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Expect gradual, but not outsized jumps in capital returns from the banks this year, says Goldman (stress tests results are due Thursday, capital return decisions due March 14). Management teams are likely to be conservative in their requests from the Fed as "taking a mulligan" - i.e., resubmitting a plan after being shot down - is not seen as a viable option. [View news story]
    Like your honesty. We all have bias in one way or another.
    Mar 4 09:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Dude, where's my inventory," asks Bill McBride, as the imminent start of the spring selling season has yet to bring much product forward. Inventory is up just 3.4% thus far this year, and stands 23.2% below a year ago. If the rest of March doesn't bring substantial gains then razor-thin inventories may not be done bottoming. [View news story]
    "Collusion"....just like "conspiracy", "illuminati", "aliens"......

    Just words made to hide their utter incompetence in investing their money.

    The people that use these terms 99% of the time are broke.....
    Mar 4 06:51 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fed Vice Chair Janet Yellen surprises no one, calling for the central bank to press on with its asset purchases. It's the usual story - the benefits are obvious, the costs negligible, if any. QE will continue, she says, until there is substantial improvement in the outlook for the labor market. [View news story]
    Inflation is a general rise in prices. It is not only food and energy.

    Secondly, Volker raised rates because inflation pressure was above their target and resource utilization was high.

    By the way, the CPI has energy and food. And it is below 3%. Core CPI is the one which excludes food and energy.
    Mar 4 06:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Fed Vice Chair Janet Yellen surprises no one, calling for the central bank to press on with its asset purchases. It's the usual story - the benefits are obvious, the costs negligible, if any. QE will continue, she says, until there is substantial improvement in the outlook for the labor market. [View news story]
    David, The Federal Reserve mandate is to maintain a inflation boundary that can foster a equilibrium in the economy. Do you see rampant inflation? Do you see deflation?

    Secondly, Bernanke doesn't needs to call congress for spending cuts. That's fiscal policy and should be the responsibility of our representatives.

    By the way, I agree with you that there is ongoing waste on the federal budget.
    Mar 4 06:07 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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