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    Get the first two chapters of my EM currency book free http://bit.ly/148Pprx #emergingmarkets #FOREX $EM $UUP $CYB
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    High Commodity Prices Generate Increased Revenue For EM Farmers; Analyst Discusses $CNH, $TWI, $BLT, $DE, $AGCO, $TITN - http://su.pr/2HzrjO
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    WYNMF.......sold small profit, added GDV in case of cold winter, Long GDV.
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    VWO, EWS,........very small positions, lightweight EM bull, Long.
    David White
    27 Sep 2012
    China is really between a rock and a hard place. Europe is cutting Chinese imports. Extra easing won't substitute for those exports.
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    Amadon
    28 Sep 2012
    Driving down wages and living standards to compete with EM will work but not popular of course.
    Mercy Jimenez
    27 Sep 2012
    Glad not doing business in Brazil anymore now GOOG chief detained (B4 17 CVX+RIG execs) invest Brazil anyone? http://on.wsj.com/VNZe69
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    VWO......getting more EM bullish as they get iPhones, lightly long.
    iadops40
    19 Sep 2012
    The Emerging Market Handbook 2012. Published in June, but good reading material for EM investors. http://bit.ly/RysCsI
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    Macro Economist
    27 Aug 2012
    We have reduced cyclical and EM exposure in our tactical accounts. We have written about the Canadian Housing bubble on macromusings.com
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    Michael Bryant
    20 Aug 2012
    Microsoft (MSFT) was $600 billion 12 1/2 years ago. Guess that could predict what fate may fall to Apple (AAPL) once it looses steam.
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    eabyrd
    21 Aug 2012
    It doesn't. The TV is a part of it... they have a huge opportunity in expanding in enterprise and government, as well as EM growth.
    OneLongTrade
    13 Aug 2012
    Put/call ratio lowest in 3 years... yeah that's not a sign at all.
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    eabyrd
    13 Aug 2012
    Revs falling, GDP shrinking, Europe still kicking can, China falling, EM's falling in general... nothing to see here. BUY BUY BUY!
    VWO........could EM come back? Light Long.
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    Rainmon
    8 Aug 2012
    watching IVR, DG, GDX, EEM, TPR and SPLS looking for any buying opportunities in the next few days
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    iadops40
    8 Aug 2012
    Asian markets are likely best play for EM's in the l/t as they have taken a serious beating over past years, they are do for a bull market
    wenlock00
    29 Jun 2012
    European stocks still very cheap, EM too. Euro rate cut comming?
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    vinyal
    29 Jun 2012
    they are cheap because no one wants to buy things that will have no value after you buy it
    Chines33
    25 Jun 2012
    Babies screaming from nylon scarfs
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    Goldman Reports bullish EM because the have more "muppets".
    BEAM........bought 50 share starter position, studying numbers, bullish tequila & vodka, Long.
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    Thanks George, impressed with BEAM in Las Vegas, seems EM people, youngsters drink the hard stuff. Who would buy BEAM?
    458402
    3 May 2012
    nothing really confirming this move...HY bonds not moving, EM debt looks good, VIX is not spiking
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    458402
    3 May 2012
    small/mid's getting smacked around along with commodities and metals....
    Latest Lead-Lag Report Now Available - Markets Remain Hesitant: http://bit.ly/IByW3v
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    Increased money printing from EM would cause an increase in demand expectations. They are directly linked.
    Caiman Valores
    28 Apr 2012
    Is XOM abandoning exploration in Brazil due to oil nationalism? Read about Brazil's oil nationalism in my article: https://seekingalpha.com/a/bdj3
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    iadops40
    28 Apr 2012
    Colombia and Venezuela are very attractive markets, but U.S. investors are limited to ABE's and EM funds
    Youngone91
    3 Apr 2012
    MACD, slow growth play holding steady
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    Husky Financial
    3 Apr 2012
    I like PEP but i like KO better.. investments in Asia and EM will pay off and PEP was slow mover. Definitely like their food portfolio tho
    Husky Financial
    3 Apr 2012
    With all this focus on a "strong american recovery" i think investors are seriously overlooking the potential of BRICs/emerging markets
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    Daniel Banaszak
    3 Apr 2012
    absolutely, i think having significant EM exposure is a must for long-term investors
    VWO.......In Mark Mobius camp, lightweight EM bull, Long 100 shares Long Term Hold.
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    Venerability
    19 Mar 2012
    I understand that Dennis G. told his newsletter readers he is long Gold against the currencies of Burundi, Suriname, and Papua New Guinea.
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    David Urban
    21 Mar 2012
    The skinny here is he is playing long gold in weak EM Asia currencies against a strong dollar.
    WYNN.......so far Macau & LV look on track, lightly long.
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    VWO.......small position from $40 ish, EM rebound? Long.
    O. Young Kwon
    21 Feb 2012
    EM, sold iShares Siver ABE (SLV), taking a 2.2% profit (25 days) to save cash. yk
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    Jacob Wolinsky
    21 Feb 2012
    MOORE EM Credit & FX Fund up 1.55% in January | ValueWalk.com http://bit.ly/zwOqp7 $EEM $VWO $FXI $GREK $ERO
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    Jacob Wolinsky
    16 Feb 2012
    From some1 very smart: EM Stocks Cheap Still Have Room to Move Up http://bit.ly/ApN4wK $EEM $VWO $SPY $FXI $ERO GREK
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    Jacob Wolinsky
    16 Feb 2012
    LOL
    Barry Crocker
    2 Feb 2012
    Bloomberg : A manufacturing renaissance in the US. Sweet !!
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    Barry Crocker
    2 Feb 2012
    of the Euro are. US Dollar to drop a further 10% against a basket of EM currencies too. We'll be buying Monopoly here in Oz with real $ : )