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As the financial world is losing one of its best and brightest advisory brains through David Rosenberg's impending departure from Merrill, we believe in spreading his gospel as much as we can, as his vision and instincts have saved many people (at least those who have found the contrarian in them to listen and act on his advice) their life savings. David has the uncanny ability of calling it like it is and it is our duty as responsible citizens to disseminate his words. The week that was according to Dave 1) Can you handle the truth? The Fed and the Treasury are pulling out all the stops to bring mortgage rates down and it ...
data, there has been more opium poppy cultivation in each of the past four growing seasons (2004–2007) than in any one year during Taliban rule. Also, more land is now used for opium in Afghanistan than for coca cultivation in Latin America. In 2007, 93% of the opiates on the world market originated in Afghanistan. This amounts to an export value of about $4 billion, with a quarter being earned by opium farmers and the rest going to district officials, insurgents, warlords and drug traffickers. In the seven years (1994–2000) prior to a Taliban opium ban, the Afghan farmers' share of gross income from opium was divided among ...
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Nuclear Sabotage In Iran? | zero hedge
Occasionally, though, there arises a very different and far deeper type of fear: the terrifying thought that the entity of profit – and, worse still, the very institution of capitalization on which the entire capitalist megamachine stands – might cease to exist. This latter fear is associated with systemic crisis – that is, with periods during which the very future of capitalism is put into question. It is what Hegel meant when he spoke of the bondsman’s “fear of death”. This week the S&P 500 was up 7.3% for the month, corporate earnings have been looking good, retail sales inched up last week, the CPI is low, interest rates are ... market research, surveys and trends
Nuclear Sabotage In Iran? | Investing Contrarian
which speculates that due to numerous delays and technical setbacks in Iran’s nuclear program, it could have been the target of sabotage. “A series of recent reverses, notably affecting Iran’s ability to enrich uranium, is prompting debate over whether the programme is being undermined by sabotage, sanctions, or the incompetence of the regime’s scientists.” Of course, while the latter is most likely the correct answer, the fact that the FT is floating this story now is cause for concern. The reason: Iran will likely not take too kindly to even mere speculation that its control structure is weak ... market research, surveys and trends

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Occasionally, though, there arises a very different and far deeper type of fear: the terrifying thought that the entity of profit – and, worse still, the very institution of capitalization on which the entire capitalist megamachine stands – might cease to exist. This latter fear is associated with systemic crisis – that is, with periods during which the very future of capitalism is put into question. It is what Hegel meant when he spoke of the bondsman’s “fear of death”. This week the S&P 500 was up 7.3% for the month, corporate earnings have been looking good, retail sales inched up last week, the CPI is low, interest rates are ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Zero Hedge: 7/5/09 - 7/12/09
My focus on various topics in the realm of program trading and market liquidity has engendered quite a few vitriolic responses, some of which have argued bitterly that Zero Hedge is on the wrong path in describing the somewhat vampiric qualities of liquidity extraction by recent artificial constructs, most notably those undertaken by the NYSE. I present to our readers an original paper by two BNY ConvergEx managing directors from 2007 which should provide some additional datapoints in the great debate on whether or not liquidity benefits at all from the recent domination of computers in the "open" market, and touches ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The woman at the center of a racially tinged firestorm involving the Obama administration and the NAACP said Wednesday she doesn't know if she'd return to her job at the Agriculture Department, even if asked. "I am just not sure how I would be treated there," Shirley Sherrod said in a nationally broadcast interview. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Wednesday he would reconsider the department's decision to oust Sherrod over her comments that she didn't give a white farmer as much help as she could have 24 years ago. A conservative website posted video of Sherrod's remarks, causing a furor ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
GIC says risk of shocks may trigger world recession `sooner than expected”
The global rebound is “fragile” and shocks could push the world toward another recession, according to Government of Singapore Investment Corp., manager of more than $100 billion of the nation’s foreign reserves. Risks to the global recovery have increased due to Europe’s debt turmoil, continued deleveraging in the U.S. and protectionist pressures, Tony Tan, deputy chairman of GIC, said in a speech in Singapore today. The fund is ranked the world’s sixth-largest state investment company by Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute in California. “The economic recovery, while real, is fragile and there is a risk that negative shocks could ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Informed Traders as Liquidity Providers: Anonymity, Liquidity and ...
Feb 7, 2008 ... management firms, hedge funds and proprietary traders can make investments ... From a policy perspective, it is important to determine which of ... future value of the asset, which are both normally distributed with zero ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Back-to-the-future: a fresh policy initiative for fisheries and a ...
Many changes in the sea parallel those well known in terrestrial ecology, such as: (i) destruction and fragmentation of habitat critical to small and juvenile animals; (ii) local extinctions (‘extirpation’) and even some global extinctions of species; (iii) huge depletions of large grazing animals (with consequent loss of the fertilizing effect of their waste products); and (iv) reductions in top predators and consequent increases of prey species leading, in some cases, to trophic cascades. Moreover, in terrestrial ecology, changes to the original wild habitat have been so obvious and far reaching that they are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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The author also thanks two anonymous JF QA referees for useful comments. ... firms pursue an active hedging policy.5 This implies that the optimal hedge in a ..... payment in foreign currency at time T. If F (T) is equal to zero, ...
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Dinosaur Trader: Dennis Kneale Is An Idiot?
Pat Buchanan, a man I rarely agree with, just eviscerated this idiot on CNBC who, like Larry Kudlow, claims that "we're talking ourselves into a recession." He told Pat Buchanan to stop worrying about the economy and "sell the hope." No, I'm not making that up. Go buy stuff you stupid lemmings, forget that your dollars are worthless  by Librarian50 on Jul 02 2009 (12 months ago) CNBC host Dennis Kneale is back for more, escalating a feud he began with the blogosphere yesterday with another long-winded rant. Kneale said he was compelled to confront the bloggers, ...
Should Wall street Millionaires and Billionaires pay 1/2 the tax ...
For decades, this subsidy for Wall Street tycoons, known as “carried interest,” has allowed virtually all private equity honchos (guys who carve up entire companies), venture capitalists (guys who provide seed investment in companies), and real estate partners (Donald Trump), as well as many hedge fund managers, to get their annual bounty taxed at 15 percent versus the 35 percent incurred by most readers of this article. If the investors in these funds got their profits taxed as capital gains, the argument went, then those “creating” this extra value, who make the bulk of their income taking a chunk of said profits, should pay ...