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  • Trade War Tuesday: China, Japan and U.S. at Odds [View article]
    I doubt your assessment in general, maybe in Soochow that is how it workd but my parents live in Beijing, and know many chinese people who abort once they find the news that their child is a son. Its quite atrocious.
    Sep 28 10:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Investment Ideas for a Republican Win in November [View article]
    I thumbed up your comment because it was class act comedy! Yea you stay arrogant, that always works. Time will tell, but you go along and keep denying the proof in the pudding. As a matter of fact I have studied John Locke and Adam Smith.. in high school- both of which are great philosophers and economists... but they were revolutionising at their time. If you did not notice its 2010. I am sorry my 21st century education is frustrating your obsolete curriculum. Please don't be a bitch about it though.
    Sep 28 10:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • LDK Solar Secures Its Future With Credit From China [View article]
    LDK is a better play IMO. Just received 8.9 billion dollars in future subsidies from the government! This will cover LDK's debt and more for several decades :D
    Sep 28 10:01 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Gold and Silver Breakout: Is $5000 Gold Realistic? [View article]
    keep them, one day Zimbabwe might rule the world and those notes will be valuable :P
    Sep 28 09:57 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric Cars: Dream or Nightmare for the Auto Industry? [View article]
    I cannot understand why people are so keen on biofuel? Its production is wasteful and polluting!
    Sep 28 09:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Seven Reasons to Buy China Mobile, Including a Dividend Yield of 3.2% [View article]
    loving the comments. Most investors are free market capitalists, want to make money, and believe it is in a fair economic manner because of comparative advantage.
    Sep 28 09:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Rare Earth Investment Potential Is Great... If You Are Patient [View article]
    MMLOF is also vertically integrated and management looks fantastic. As for the research above - good indicators. But in the long run, these will take off due to the fact that REEs are not just used in clean tech or automotive EV. High tech gadgets use a substantial amount of REEs i believe.
    Sep 28 09:40 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Rare Earth Investment Potential Is Great... If You Are Patient [View article]
    If you are making a play on lithium, here's a nice play: Talison Lithium (TLH.TO) Biggest lithium producer in the world, newly merged, and newly public on the market. 60% of China's demand is satisfied by this player. But i don't think Lithium is considered a rare earth element, correct me if I am wrong.
    Sep 28 09:32 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Rare Earth Investment Potential Is Great... If You Are Patient [View article]
    bro, that is why we should get into the game while its cheap :D
    Sep 28 09:29 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investment Ideas for a Republican Win in November [View article]
    Ok so blame climate and immigrants for crime, war, the lack of healthcare and poor level of public education in your country. I didn't picture you as a fascist! Just watch documentaries like Sicko or Waiting for Superman if you still cannot face the facts. Thumbs up vs thumbs down.. great indicator. You speak of demographics, what are the demographics on this article? Mostly investors, mostly business people, and mostly republicans. Your argument is flawed to the core of the argument. Yes a dynamic varied population provides for a pluralistic society, but does it? If you look carefully US politics is polarised and elitist... not pluralistic - I am talking on a national level, not local politics if you were so sly to retort with cite Kearns or Dahl. It is your own institution that is not making the country function properly. It only takes a bit of objectivity to step off your high horse and examine from another perspective. I certainly have tried "being" republican for at least 15 years, but its not working dude. And the longer you and others alike cling onto excuses like varied climate and xenophobia the more gruelling it will have to be to dig your sorry ass out of the ditch. Im Out.
    Sep 28 09:19 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Rare Earth Investment Potential Is Great... If You Are Patient [View article]
    Thorium however is a superior nuclear fuel alternative to uranium.
    Sep 28 12:59 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investment Ideas for a Republican Win in November [View article]
    hmmm it should be a no brainer to any smart educated individual that high taxes + high standards of living = SCANDINAVIA. you accuse me of committing fallacy of ad hominem when in fact your previous post accuses me of being much more aware and used to binge drinking and now you try to mask it as humour. You now judge the outcome of education. Laying down grounds to which you want me to follow, i'll accept, but hypocrisy i will not. I am not English like you undoubtedly assume.

    Its nice to see that you are good customer of google and looking at the HDI only factors real GDP per capita (extremely misleading), life expectancy, and literacy rate. Good job. Did you know that the HDI lags about two years? That means it didn't not factor in the financial crisis. Again props!

    More due diligence is in order. I'll turn to indicators such as the Global Peace Index (War is physically and psychologically harmful for your population if you did not know) US is ranked at an appalling 2.02 right with countries such as Mali and Angola. Sweden, Norway, and Finland enjoy peace levels on par with Switzerland. Reeking government debt. Poor government spending in education, 2/3 of Americans are obese, Gini Index - 40% Income Inequality as opposed to 20 % in Finland, Staggering crime rate (now you bring in the issues about cities, well all nordic cities enjoy a crime rate below 5 per 100,000. The US? they vary between 2-40/100,000 depending on cities). 9.3% unemployment, blame it on Obama if you will - but he didn't put you in a financial mess. Political stability is 20% higher in nordic countries. The list goes on...

    If you pull the top 5 countries together you get roughly the same population size as the US and they still surpass in terms of indicators summarised. Compare yourself to your neighbour Canada or english speaking pals Australia, they are in a more robust economic condition than you and also face tough immigration issues. They also face a much less flawed political institution. Be a bit more careful next time before you underestimate people just because they don't pull statistics off the internet to prove a point. All you had to do is look up my comments.
    Sep 28 12:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • LDK Solar Secures Its Future With Credit From China [View article]
    Are you kidding me? 700billion dollars of subsidies are going to clean tech industry in china... hmmmmm... very dangerous....
    Sep 28 11:57 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric Cars: Dream or Nightmare for the Auto Industry? [View article]
    edit: Gordon Wagener
    Sep 28 05:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Electric Cars: Dream or Nightmare for the Auto Industry? [View article]
    By the way, Tesla is using an old technology in terms of electric engines - there R&D is not to par with many other companies.
    Sep 28 05:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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