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  • Move Over Probiotics, Coronado Biosciences Has 'Proparasites' [View article]
    We would be curious to see this broad world "this vs that" data along with the ages of population. What if M.S. is a natural built-in way of Organism Obsolescence? Perhaps one of many failure-states that conditions never 'hit' on a cellular level because of aging and hardship? Check extremes in youth and age, see what that study shows.

    Thanks. (I am a disclosed IMPERFECT biotech investor)
    May 14 02:26 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver One Year After The Peak: On The Brink Of The Next Big Move [View article]
    On the contrary, "Technical" TA ("Analysis" hah) is pretty much guesswork based on wavy-line pattern. The names of TA and FA seem to really be reversed in meaning. Fundamentalism vs Technocratism. The fact that the market is extremely imperfect and people introduce chaos can't be measured, but this is what produces TA guesswork. Loading up and unloading based on what happened in the past - it's Ben Graham's "Mister Market!"

    Fundamental Analysis is actually more technical going by scientific terminology. This can confuse a great many people and will continue to do so. Sadly, so many people try chart-guesswork and THEMSELVES are the chaos "intruding" upon the system.

    So, yes, SLV and other metals don't follow the apparent production/needs/stock... model one would expect. Plus people have in the past tried to hoard it (speculation!).
    (Long SLV - more as a hedge. Not a clue "where it will go next" and that's just fine!)
    Apr 29 01:51 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • FLY Leasing's CEO Discusses Q4 2011 Results - Earnings Call Transcript [View article]
    Note: In this industry it's "FERRY FLIGHT", not at all "FAIRY FLIGHT" otherwise seems to be a good transcription.

    Mar 15 06:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Japanese Equities Will Surprise Even The Biggest Optimists [View article]
    Some may already be aware of this new ETF on the subject (The N225 itself) Caught a blip of CMSNBCBSBNBC interviewing Mr. Precidian.

    (Yea! They auto-did a tiny-urld this: -> )
    Mar 6 06:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Fed Policies: Dr. Bernanke's Monster [View article]
    hknown - you may be forgetting Mr. Greenspan in your judgements. Who left things 'set up' for Bernanke to come in and look at the situation?
    Mar 4 01:23 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Corrections Corp. of America (CXW) is offering to buy prisons from cash-strapped state governments and run them at a cost-savings. But there’s a catch: CXW wants a 20-year contract and assurances that the state will keep the prisons at least 90% full. If the crime rate continues falling, will police, prosecutors and judges feel compelled to keep those prisoners rolling in?  [View news story]
    Mandate drug tests for people in charge of more than $25,000,000. Obviously these people can do much more harm than the poor seeking a photo ID!
    Feb 22 06:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Shale: This Time It's Different [View article]
    He was not 'accusing', he was merely performing as 'sly.' This is a website - you need to hook in readers. Account for it!
    Feb 11 11:26 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dark Clouds Threaten German Clean Energy Ambitions: Global Implications [View article]
    Unfortunately, when called out that "They are wrong", climate-deniers call that being insulted. No progress.

    Anybody can take their "proof" and walk on the polar ice with confidence, I suppose...
    Jan 30 12:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Dark Clouds Threaten German Clean Energy Ambitions: Global Implications [View article]
    Some of the first automobiles invented were electric.
    It was <I> so much easier </I> to switch to stuff which, long ago, gushed out of the ground begging to be burnt off. Perhaps people thought God would recycle the oil - they didn't know how it worked back then.
    Jan 26 03:34 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Value And Size Tilter's Guide [View article]
    If I read this right, it 'represents' the market more than the Morningstar alternative. However, it also scores less on the model's 'value'. Funny thing! :-)

    The greeks have a word: CHAOS. (And just look at their markets!)
    Jan 14 04:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 2012 Outlook For U.S. Grain Prices [View article]
    Dissolution of the Canadian Wheat Board ?
    Jan 10 10:59 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Mark My Words, These Stocks Will Double In 2012 [View article]
    Hello, what is your view on the Indonesian labour situation re FCX? That may well cut into the margin and "clip" away even the value they can wring out of gold!

    (Disclosure - long FCX. Dividend also, now that I think of it is a dink against growth on the ground.)
    Jan 5 08:17 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Hype Busters From Lux Research Explain Grid Based Energy Storage [View article]
    Giving you points for this (un-intended?) pun:

    "overestimate the potential",

    The Molten-salt idea is more of a heat-sink ploy, I believe. This would take advantage of the retaining energy in heat (to let solar-collected power out at night). I'd still fear that economies of scale might make a plant for it hellish and toxic & vaporous with weird new accidents...

    Cheery Christmas note, eh?

    ACPW is on my watchlist because it's a more understandable technology. I'll invest "when" all other ideas fail. So it stays on the watchlist safely...
    Dec 8 01:53 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 20 Companies to Avoid [View article]
    <After checking that the article was back in April>

    What time frame did you dislike these in, also? HOT and JWN are now part of December shopping and travel - very much liked by the Street at the moment.
    If you spelled out what you meant by Mange-ment Quality, that would be a squidgy-factor explained as well.
    Dec 5 02:21 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 6 Telecoms With Blockbuster Yields (Part I) [View article]
    Some would worry that several of the Telecoms Sol mentions get "nationalized" by needy (crashing?) governments. Sort of a risk!
    Nov 23 02:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment