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  • China Is Not a Bubble: It's the Hindenburg [View article]
    Maybe this is why gold is going higher and higher, or is there another explanation?

    I think the gold fever can answer a lot of this questions
    Mar 23, 2011. 05:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investing Like Buffett: 5 Ways to Achieve Legendary Returns [View article]
    well yes but tech stocks are the easiest ones to time.
    Mar 9, 2011. 03:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investing in the Western Hemisphere: United States and Brazil [View article]
    How do you input in all of these the lack of good free trade agreements in Brazil? the hard protectionism? they are a pretty closed economy AFAIK.

    If they want to grow (you can only grow to some % with your internal market) they should lower their import taxes and that would really hurt their national companies.

    If brazil was as open as other countries i would definetely rank them higher.
    Feb 25, 2011. 02:06 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Investing Like Buffett: 5 Ways to Achieve Legendary Returns [View article]
    Tech stocks can give you tons of money if timed properly, they have the easiest life cycle of all industries, you just don't have to fall in love with the stock.

    I've heard a lot about buffet what i believe that makes him great is that he doesn't follow other people he makes his path and takes de risk / profit of it.

    Feb 23, 2011. 05:18 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Driving the Emerging Markets Panic? [View article]
    So more "luxury" goods won't be bought and most fo the money will go to "food" by your words.

    Who makes luxury goods and who profits from them? my guess is "poor" countries and "rich" countries.

    Who makes food and who profit from them? "poor" countries (most of it) and because of the first part "poor" countries.

    Now go to stocks, your "luxury" stocks will have poor profits in US, UE, etc (less cars, high end phones, PCs, jewelry)... and the not so rich stocks in emerging markets who produce food or fertilizers for food will have a great great profit everyone will keep buying food and will pay higher prices.
    Feb 17, 2011. 02:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Global X Launches First Ever Andean ETF [View article]
    is there a way to know which stock the ETF is holding? or buying? selling?
    Feb 7, 2011. 12:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Beat the BRICs With Three South American Profit Plays [View article]
    You should check:

    Molymet: Biggest producer of molibdeno in the world about 70% of it, has 0 debt and is full of proyects.

    ECL: Is the energy producer (49%) of the north, their customers are aminly all the big cupper producer and they have most of their costs indexed to cupper price.

    There are a lot of other nice smaller caps stocks but they aren't as liquid as the ones i put up there.
    Feb 7, 2011. 12:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nvidia in a League of Its Own [View article]
    Completely inacurate as many have said ATI is actually competing in the High End and also Intel just canned Larrabee or thier GPU.

    So it is a duopoly where NVIDIA and ATI battle, most of the time NVIDIA has the best GPU cards but the cost of been the best in retail price is to high to justify buying and NVIDIA card over an ATI card that are price way lower.

    NVIDIA could go up a lot if their next GPU atch actually delivers the promised performance.
    Dec 29, 2009. 11:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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