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  • The Burden We Leave Our Grandchildren [View article]
    You can decide to slash government spending, but it leads faster to a Depression compared to QE-extend and pretend, because GDP drops by 10% when you balance the budget.
    Jan 17, 2012. 06:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Burden We Leave Our Grandchildren [View article]
    Reagan is a true keynesian. He tripled the national debt and kickstarted a debt binge with encompasses all of 30 years. Borrowing on a credit card has given the world 30 years of seemingly prosperity, but the end result is the pain we're having now and the huge pain which will come in a few years, a Depression like the 30's or bigger. What we're experiencing now on a macro level in the world is directly caused by the debt binge started by Reagan and the FED at that time. Stealing money from the future doesn't work, Greg. (well obviously you and alot of others seem to think it does work, because you saddle your children with the pain, while you reap the benefits and pat yourself on the back)
    Jan 17, 2012. 06:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Sino Clean Energy Poised To Double Production Capacity In 2012 [View article]
    LOL. Buy SCEI for great profits in 2012.
    Jan 15, 2012. 12:13 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Who Really Owns the Ping Yi Mine: L&L Energy or a Private Chinese Investment Group? [View instapost]
    I have a good question too: has kabana and Co ever audited a fraud? I don't think so!
    Jan 14, 2012. 08:00 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Does Yongye Sell On Credit? [View article]
    Obviously they YONG directors and managers lied in their book. It's not really lieing it's just using a different definition. This is exaggerating to sell more books. Like saying I am Superman or I slept with 10000000 of women in one year on the cover it simply sells more books. You just have to ignore the book because they are thruthful in SEC filings.
    Jan 11, 2012. 02:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ampio Is A Compelling Short Sale Idea [View article]
    Cause Martin is small fry. Way too unimportant for the SEC too contact him. They rather go after people like MadOff.
    Jan 10, 2012. 06:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Does Yongye Sell On Credit? [View article]
    XRoe, you made 2 mistakes:
    - you change the subject
    - you nitpick on whether CEO or COO or manager or director does anything. That isn't important at all. You know why? Because those roles are like all the same
    - the real subject is that the book uses the Chinese definition of selling on credit. Just like how the Muslims have a different definition of interest.
    Jan 10, 2012. 05:57 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Does Yongye Sell On Credit? [View article]
    XRoe, you don't get it. The CEO's book uses the Chinese definition of selling on credit, not the American one. You just got served again.
    Jan 10, 2012. 10:04 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Does Yongye Sell On Credit? [View article]
    XRoe you are grasping at straws here. Accounts receivables is not the same as selling on credit, in China. Might I remind you, in China everything is different. The fact you don't understand that means you will get squeezed in oblivion. You have just been served.
    Jan 10, 2012. 08:46 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Debunking Altucher's Bull: 'I Could See, But Now Am Blind' [View article]
    Another way to simplify the economic situation is look at government debt. Debt was 10 trillion in 2008. A mere 3 years later, it stands at almost 15 trillion. The debt ceiling will soon be reached (again). Now, what happens if you conjure 5 trillion of debt and release it to all kinds of actors in the economy? of course, a stock market rally and an unnatural credit expansion.
    The problem is, this isn't sustainable. Can the private sector find an extra 5 trillion credit by itself in the next few years. I don't think so.

    Regarding the useless debate on SA: gj James making yourself look like a douche. You don't read well reasoned articles but you do read stuff written by trolls and death threats as you state on your blog. Now you yourself look like a troll that attacks the messenger and not the substance. Agreeing with most commenters, you should have just not responded.
    Jan 9, 2012. 10:16 AM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chinese Stocks Under Attack By Short-Sellers And Management Alike [View article]
    YUII, CHNG, CEU, LIWA and YONG will bring great success in 2012
    Dec 29, 2011. 08:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Pearson's Acquisition Of Global Education And Technology A Bad Deal For Shareholders [View article]
    So, shorts lost on both HRBN and GEDU?
    Dec 22, 2011. 09:26 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Perifosine Phase 3 Trials Will Likely Fail [View article]
    Also the research doesn't state a known entry point. For example 3 months short before phase 3 results is a stupid entry backtest. Because phase 3 results are not known until the results are announced! So the research is untradable in the real world. A trading system that can't be traded is an anachronism.
    Dec 10, 2011. 01:54 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Perifosine Phase 3 Trials Will Likely Fail [View article]
    For all the hype about this research from Feuerstein, I see nobody critizizing the study but only the persons like Feuerstein integrity and Gefvert integrity when that doesn't matter at all. The real question is how good is the study by feuerstein? I don't think it's very good.

    Why? Well the study details are vague, just as vague as press releases that Feuersteins warns for. But he himself is vague. So he says 300 million marketcap. Once upon a time DNDN was 300 million marketcap, I think every company of biotech in the world has ever been 300 million marketcap. So that means there is no succesful cancer medicine in the world. Nuff said. A curve fitted study is the worst.
    Dec 8, 2011. 06:20 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Stocks To Own And Stocks To Avoid To Profit From China's Growth - An Interview With China Expert Shaun Rein, Part 1 [View article]

    Then why did pearson buy GEDU?

    So pearson is buying a fraud? Like CDB bought HRBN?
    Dec 8, 2011. 01:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment