by buysellshort | September 30th, 2011
Day traders may fall into decision fatigue
Day traders may fall into decision fatigue by: http://www.tradersaccounting.com Small business owners such as day traders with many choices to make on a daily basis may find that rational, well-thought-out decisions are harder to form as the day wears on. When day trading, making split-second choices of what and when to buy and sell, along with informed...
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by buysellshort | September 25th, 2011
Bank lobby rejects reopening of Greek rescue deal
Head of bank lobbying group rejects push for Greece’s private investors to take larger losses tweet2 Email Print Topics: International Gabriele Steinhauser, AP Business Writer, On Sunday September 25, 2011, 1:00 pm WASHINGTON (AP) — The international bank lobbying group that has been taking a leading role in negotiations...
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by buysellshort | September 23rd, 2011
Is Market Replaying Decade of the 1930s?
by Mark Hulbert Friday, September 23, 2011 tweet7 Email Print Commentary: March 2009 low might be analogous to July 1932′s Playing a script from the 1930s? If we only could be so lucky … More from MarketWatch.com: • 5 Tips for Long-Term Investing as Markets Shudder • How to Reduce Risk but Stay in the Stock game • Copper,...
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by buysellshort | September 19th, 2011
The Bullish Case for Stocks Medium Term
“Nasdaq had its best weekly gain since July 2009.” • Deutsche Bank Strategist Binky Chadha said that outflows from stock mutual funds were “comparable to those around March 2009” • Short interest relative to market capitalization has “exceeded any level going back to exceeded any level going back to 2009.” • Monthly Merrill Lynch...
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by buysellshort | September 18th, 2011
Did Trump Call the Peak in Gold?
by Brett Arends Friday, September 16, 2011 Commentary: The Donald is a contrary indicator More from MarketWatch.com: • Super committee should learn to fly right • 5 checkpoints on your race to retirement • What market timers learned from Lehman BOSTON (MarketWatch) — Uh-oh. Has Donald Trump just called the top in the gold market? The...
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by buysellshort | August 21st, 2011
‘Forced’ insurance adds to home woes Hidden practice of imposing coverage adds burden to those at risk of foreclosure
Written by Dean Calbreath 9:34 p.m., Aug. 20, 2011 Follow » Twitter: @deancalbreath Facebook: SDUTBusiness George Champion III is no slouch when it comes to finance. His grandfather, George Sr., was the chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank during the 1960s, and he has spent his own career heading real estate and investment businesses in La Jolla. Nevertheless,...
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by buysellshort | August 19th, 2011
Apple is worth as much as all euro zone banks
reuters On Friday August 19, 2011, 11:00 am LONDON (Reuters) – Technology company Apple is now worth as much as the 32 biggest euro zone banks. That’s the stark result from a steep fall in the share price of banks including Spain’s Santander, France’s BNP Paribas, Germany’s Deutsche Bank and Italy’s Unicredit, compared...
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by buysellshort | July 24th, 2011
Banks Pay Back TARP Funds by. . .Borrowing From Treasury
By Daniel Gross | Contrary Indicator – Wed, Jul 20, 2011 4:56 PM EDT Most of the big banks have repaid the government funds they received under the Capital Purchase Program (CPP), the pillar of TARP under which Treasury bought preferred shares in the nation’s banks. Enough so that, combined with dividends and sales of warrants, Treasury has...
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by buysellshort | July 24th, 2011
Geithner: Officials want debt deal done this afternoon
Officials scramble for debt deal as clock ticks By Caren Bohan and Jeremy Pelofsky | Reuters – 56 mins ago WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House officials and Republican leaders scrambled on Sunday to reassure global markets the United States would avert a debt default but the two sides gave no sign they were moving closer to a deal. “The...
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by buysellshort | July 17th, 2011
M2 Money Supply Grows $165 Billion in Last Two Weeks
Van Eck Hotline on Money and the Economy For: Friday, July 15, 2011 (800) 219-1333. VetHotline@aol.com. Last week, I said that the increase of $76.1 billion in the M2 money supply was the largest one-week gain that I could remember ever seeing. Well, that is no longer the case. That’s because the weekly...
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